Emory Transplant Center's Noon Symposium: 2005 Archive

The Transplant Center Seminar Series held in the Emory University School of Medicine Building, Room 110 is attended by transplant surgeons, internists, fellows, residents and nurses. In addition it is open to all School of Medicine faculty. This is a CME accredited program.

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Date Speaker Talk Topic
12/07/05 Akinlolu O. Ojo, MD, PhD
Associate Professor
Division of Nephrology
University of Michigan Medical School
"Insights from Analysis of the SRTR Database"
11/30/05 Antonio Guasch, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director of Transplant Nephrology
Renal Division
Emory University
"Chronic Kidney Allograft Rejection"
11/23/05 Thanksgiving Holiday
11/16/05 David Shaffer, MD
Professor of Surgery
Chief, Division of Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
"Calcineurin-Inhibitor Sparing Strategies in Kidney Transplantation"
11/09/05 John P. Leone, MD, PhD, FACS
Director, Pancreas Transplantation
LifeLink HealthCare Institute
Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery
University of South Florida
"PRA Reduction in the Treatment of Highly Sensitized Dialysis Patients"
11/02/05 James M. Gloor, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
"ABO Incompatible and Positive Crossmatch Kidney Transplantation"
10/26/05 Jay Alan Fishman, MD
Director, Transplant Infectious Disease & Compromised Host Program
Massachusetts General Hospital
Associate Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
"Infections in Transplantation"
10/19/05 Thomas C. Pearson, MD, PhD
Livingston Professor of Surgery
Chief, Renal Transplantation
Emory University
"The Surgical Treatment of Diabetes"
10/12/05 Thomas M. Fishbein, MD
Director, Small Bowell & Pediatric Liver Transplantation
Georgetown Univesity Hospital
Transplant Institute
"Intestinal Transplantation: One Surgeon's Experience"
10/05/05 No Transplant Symposium
09/28/05 Randolph Hennigar, MD, PhD
Director of Nephropathology and Electron Microscopy
Co-Director of Autopsy Services
Emory University Hospital
"Reducing the Incidence of anti-body mediated rejection in
Renal Transplantation: Strategic Assessment of the
Sensitized Patient"
09/21/05 Kenneth Kokko, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine & Surgery
Renal Division
Emory University
"BK Polyoma: The Emory Experience"
09/14/05 Ronald Ferguson, MD, PhD
Professor of Surgery
Executive Director, Comprehensive Transplant Center
Ohio State University
"Corticosteroid Free Maintenanced Immunosuppression in Renal Transplantation"