Chronic allograft injury (CAI) is typically indicated too late with blood work and its cause is determined invasively (e.g. via biopsy). It is thus important to develop non-invasively tools to identify CAI early. We used multi-frequency spin-echo magnetic resonance elastography (SE-MRE) to assess shear modulus as an estimate of CAI in a group of kidney allograft patients with stable but sub-normal graft function. We observed a negative trend approaching significance, between the graft function as determined by estimated glomerular filtration rate and the shear modulus at 90Hz suggesting that SE-MRE can potentially be used for non-invasive assessment of renal injury.