In addition, Dr. Friedewald is a longtime member of the UNOS Committee for Kidney Paired Donation, a committee that is creating a unified, national KPD system for the United States. He is also the Director of Clinical Research for the Comprehensive Transplant Center at Northwestern University. His funded research activities include studies looking to advance the noninvasive diagnosis of rejection using proteogenomic biomarkers, genetic basis for transplant outcomes, and detection and treatment of chronic antibody-mediated rejection. Dr. Friedewald’s clinical interests include innovative methods to expand live donor kidney transplantation such as kidney paired donation (KPD) and incompatible transplants. He received his AB from Princeton University and MD from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. Dr. Friedewald completed his residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship training in Nephrology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.