Pathology, Transplantation, Liver transplantation, Immunology and Primary sclerosing cholangitis are his primary areas of study. His Pathology study combines topics in areas such as Primary biliary cirrhosis, Cirrhosis and Hepatitis. His study on Transplantation is covered under Internal medicine.
His Liver transplantation study is concerned with the field of Surgery as a whole. His research in Immunology intersects with topics in Liver disease and Cancer research. His Primary sclerosing cholangitis research integrates issues from Addressin, Inflammatory bowel disease and Pathogenesis.
Stefan G. Hubscher mostly deals with Pathology, Internal medicine, Liver transplantation, Gastroenterology and Transplantation. His Pathology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Hepatitis. His Cirrhosis, Primary biliary cirrhosis, Autoimmune hepatitis, Primary sclerosing cholangitis and Liver disease investigations are all subjects of Internal medicine research.
His studies deal with areas such as Allograft rejection, Immunosuppression and Hepatitis C as well as Liver transplantation. Stefan G. Hubscher combines subjects such as Tacrolimus, Disease, Incidence and Ductopenia with his study of Gastroenterology. His Transplantation research includes elements of Bile duct, Complication and Risk factor.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Liver transplantation, Internal medicine, Pathology, Gastroenterology and Liver biopsy. Part of his project on Liver transplantation includes research on Surgery and Transplantation. His study looks at the relationship between Internal medicine and topics such as Oncology, which overlap with Retrospective cohort study, Proportional hazards model, Lymph node, Predictive value of tests and Multivariate analysis.
His Pathology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Antibody. The Gastroenterology study combines topics in areas such as Non alcoholic, Steatohepatitis and Fatty liver. Stefan G. Hubscher interconnects Pathological, Clinico pathological, Primary sclerosing cholangitis and Medical diagnosis in the investigation of issues within Liver biopsy.
Stefan G. Hubscher spends much of his time researching Liver disease, Internal medicine, Liver transplantation, Pathology and Gastroenterology. Stefan G. Hubscher has researched Liver disease in several fields, including Biopsy, Intensive care medicine, Transient elastography and Steatosis. His study looks at the relationship between Steatosis and fields such as Inflammation, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Stefan G. Hubscher is doing genetic studies as part of his Transplantation and Surgery and Liver transplantation investigations. His Pathology research includes themes of Lung transplantation and Focal nodular hyperplasia. He has included themes like Liraglutide, Non alcoholic, Steatohepatitis and Liver biopsy in his Gastroenterology study.
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Serum markers detect the presence of liver fibrosis: A cohort study
William M.C. Rosenberg;Michael Voelker;Robert Thiel;Michael Becka.
Banff 2013 meeting report: inclusion of c4d-negative antibody-mediated rejection and antibody-associated arterial lesions
M. Haas;B. Sis;L. C. Racusen;K. Solez.
American Journal of Transplantation (2014)
T-cell adhesion induced by proteoglycan-immobilized cytokine MIP-lβ
Yoshiya Tanaka;David H. Adams;Stefan Hubscher;Hiroyuki Hirano.
Update of the International Banff Schema for Liver Allograft Rejection: working recommendations for the histopathologic staging and reporting of chronic rejection. An International Panel.
Anthony Demetris;David Adams;Chris Bellamy;Karin Blakolmer.
Chemokine and Chemokine Receptor Interactions Provide a Mechanism for Selective T Cell Recruitment to Specific Liver Compartments Within Hepatitis C-Infected Liver
Philip. L. Shields;Clare M. Morland;Michael Salmon;Shixin Qin.
Journal of Immunology (1999)
Histological assessment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Hepatic Endothelial CCL25 Mediates the Recruitment of CCR9+ Gut-homing Lymphocytes to the Liver in Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
Bertus Eksteen;Allister J. Grant;Alice Miles;Stuart M. Curbishley.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (2004)
Intercellular adhesion molecule 1 on liver allografts during rejection.
D.H. Adams;J. Shaw;S.G. Hubscher;R. Rothlein.
The Lancet (1989)
MAdCAM-1 expressed in chronic inflammatory liver disease supports mucosal lymphocyte adhesion to hepatic endothelium (MAdCAM-1 in chronic inflammatory liver disease).
Allister J. Grant;Patricia F. Lalor;Stefan G. Hübscher;Michael Briskin.
Progressive histological damage in liver allografts following pediatric liver transplantation
Helen M. Evans;Deirdre A. Kelly;Patrick J. McKiernan;Stefan Hübscher.
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