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Emory Transplant Center

The Emory Transplant Center in Atlanta, Georgia ranks among the best facilities in the Southeast for organ transplantation. Because of the academic and clinical research taking place at the transplant center, no Georgia transplant facility offers better access to cutting-edge transplant technology. Our team of transplant specialists are committed to providing our patients superior quality outcomes, and to developing new transplant therapies to prevent organ failure through continuous transplant research. As Georgia's most comprehensive transplant program, the Emory Transplant Center offers the following organ transplant programs:

Heart Transplant  |  Islet Transplant  |  Kidney Transplant

Liver Transplant  |  Lung Transplant  |  Pancreas Transplant

Quality Outcomes

Quality Indicators

Despite the severity and scope of the conditions treated by the transplant specialists at the Emory Transplant Center, Emory's transplant programs continue to provide excellent transplant outcomes in patient and graft survival rates.

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Research & Clinical Trials

Research & Clinical Trials

The Emory Transplant Center has earned a reputation of clinical excellence and advanced research. The Center’s research funding continues to grow and research dollars received from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have nearly tripled over the last six years.

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A Word from Our Director

Thomas C. Pearson, MD

Thomas C. Pearson, MD, DPhil, is the executive director of the Emory Transplant Center. He joined the Emory faculty in 1991, and has played a vital role in the growth and success of the Center.

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Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognitions

The Emory Transplant Center has received recognition for its contributions in the field of transplantation. Our physicians are pioneers with a strong track record in scientific research and clinical practice, maintaining its mission to become the nation’s leading transplant center.

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