Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Faculty Profiles

Focus of Work

Bio

My primary interest in pediatric liver disease and liver transplantation is the immune mechanism of neonatal liver disease, in particular gestational alloimmune liver disease and biliary atresia. Our group has made significant discoveries in the mechanism of gestational alloimmune liver disease that have advanced the care of these infants and mothers. My active research focus is on the immune pathogenesis of biliary atresia, the leading cause of pediatric liver transplantation, with the goal t...[Read full text]My primary interest in pediatric liver disease and liver transplantation is the immune mechanism of neonatal liver disease, in particular gestational alloimmune liver disease and biliary atresia. Our group has made significant discoveries in the mechanism of gestational alloimmune liver disease that have advanced the care of these infants and mothers. My active research focus is on the immune pathogenesis of biliary atresia, the leading cause of pediatric liver transplantation, with the goal to advance the understanding of this disease to allow for improved treatment strategies.[Shorten text]

Clinical Focus

Clinically my area of focus is in pediatric liver disease and liver transplantation. I am passionate about improving care for our patients and seek to use my research findings to advance patient care.

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Education and Certification

  • MD: New York University, School of Medicine (2008)
  • Internship: Montefiore Medical Center, Pediatrics (2009)
  • Residency: Montefiore Medical Center, Pediatrics (2011)
  • Fellowship: Columbia University Medical Center, Pediatrics Gastroenterology (2014)
  • Fellowship: Columbia University Medical Center, Transplant Hepatology (2015)

Contact

312/227-4200

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Box 57
225 E Chicago Avenue
Chicago IL 60611

Visit Sarah A Taylor's Northwestern Scholars Profile to see the list of publications.