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research overview Dr. Fischer is a board-certified Pediatric Gastroenterologist and Transplant Hepatologist at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. He has a strong interest in translational research related to liver disease and transplantation, and novel therapeutics to treat disordered inflammation in the liver. Dr. Fischer’s background in the lab includes basic research in dendritic cell biology, antigen presentation and cell-based immunotherapy. In collaboration with the University of Kansas’s Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Genetics, he is working to harness the potential of regulatory T cells for the modulation of liver allograft rejection. Clinically, his focus is on the diagnosis and treatment of liver disease in children, with a great deal of time devoted to children that need or have undergone liver transplantation. The hepatology team specializes in fatty liver disease, drug-induced liver injury, progressive liver fibrosis, and liver disease related to congenital heart disease.

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Concept Graft Rejection
Concept Graft Survival
Concept Graft vs Host Disease
Academic Article Rapamycin-conditioned dendritic cells are poor stimulators of allogeneic CD4+ T cells, but enrich for antigen-specific Foxp3+ T regulatory cells and promote organ transplant tolerance.
Academic Article Use of rapamycin in the induction of tolerogenic dendritic cells.
Academic Article Crypt apoptotic count reproducibility in small bowel allograft biopsies.
Academic Article Refractory autoimmune hemolytic anemia after intestinal transplant responding to conversion from a calcineurin to mTOR inhibitor.
Academic Article Intestinal transplantation in children with multiple intestinal atresias and immunodeficiency.
Academic Article The impact of thromboelastography on resuscitation in pediatric liver transplantation.
Academic Article Indications and efficacy of conversion from tacrolimus- to sirolimus-based immunosuppression in pediatric patients who underwent liver transplantation for unresectable hepatoblastoma.
Academic Article Barriers to ideal outcomes after pediatric liver transplantation.
Academic Article Conservative Management of Pneumatosis Intestinalis and Portal Venous Gas After Pediatric Liver Transplantation.
Academic Article Complications of Cryptosporidium infection after pediatric liver transplantation: Diarrhea, rejection, and biliary disease.
Academic Article Fontan-Associated Liver Disease: Screening, Management, and Transplant Considerations.

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