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Ad Hoc Multi Organ Transplantation Committee

The Ad Hoc Multi-Organ Transplantation Committee is charged with developing and proposing allocation policies that address multiple organ groups and the practice of multi-organ allocation. The Committee shall ensure proposed multi-organ policies are in alignment with the OPTN Final Rule and the transition of organ allocation to a continuous distribution framework.

Chair
  • Dr. Alden M Doyle
  • University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
Liaison
Members Organization Position End Term Date
Dr. Sandra Amaral Children's Hospital of Philadelphia At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. James S Bowman Division of Transplantation, HHS Ex Officio (non voting) 12/31/2024  
Dr. Marie Budev The Cleveland Clinic Foundation At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Vincent P Casingal Carolinas Medical Center At Large 12/31/2024  
Mr. Christopher C Curran New England Organ Bank At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Alejandro Diez Ohio State University Medical Center At Large 6/30/2024  
Mr. Garrett W Erdle General Public Region 11 At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Shelley A Hall Baylor University Medical Center At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Evelyn K Hsu Seattle Children's Hospital At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Keren Ladin General Public Region 1 At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Marilyn E Levi Division of Transplantation, HHS Ex Officio (non voting) 12/31/2024  
Molly J McCarthy General Public Region 6 At Large 6/30/2024  
Ms. Stacy E McKean LifeCenter Northwest At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Oyedolamu K Olaitan Rush University Medical Center At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. James J Pomposelli University of Colorado Hospital/Health Science Center At Large 6/30/2024  
Ms. Jennifer K Prinz Donor Alliance At Large 6/30/2024  
Mr. James W Sharrock General Public Region 4 Visiting Board Member 6/30/2024  
Mr. Kurt Shutterly Center for Organ Recovery and Education At Large 6/30/2024  
Dr. Nicole A Turgeon Dell Children's Medical Center At Large 6/30/2024  

Meeting Summaries

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