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Pediatric Committee

The Pediatric Transplantation Committee considers medical, scientific, and ethical issues relating to organ procurement, allocation, and transplantation for pediatric patients. These issues include: pre- and postoperative care, expeditious transplantation of children, and the specific medical, social, and psychological needs of children. The committee considers the broad implications of such issues and deals with these specific issues or situations as needed. The goal of the committee's work is to develop evidence-based policies aimed at fostering pediatric candidate access to transplantation and good outcomes for patients (including waiting candidates and living donors) involved in pediatric transplantation.

  • Dr. George V Mazariegos
  • UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Vice Chair
  • Dr. Evelyn K Hsu
  • Seattle Children's Hospital
    • Members
    • Organization
    • Dr. Amira Y Al-Uzri
    • Oregon Health and Science University
    • Dr. Sharon M Bartosh
    • University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
    • Ms. Samantha Endicott
    • New England Organ Bank
    • Regino Gonzalez-Peralta
    • AdventHealth Orlando
    • Mr. Joseph P Hillenburg
    • GPM Joseph Hillenburg
    • Dr. Arika L Hoffman
    • The Nebraska Medical Center
    • Jennifer Lau
    • General Public Region 7
    • Dr. Marilyn E Levi
    • Division of Transplantation, HHS, Ex Officio-Non Voting
    • Dr. Tamir A Miloh
    • General Public Region 4
    • Ms. Melissa Nugent
    • Texas Children's Hospital
    • Emily R Perito
    • UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
    • Meghan Potis
    • General Public Region 10
    • Dr. Sara Rasmussen
    • University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
    • Dr. John F Renz
    • State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center
    • Dr. Khashayar Vakili
    • Boston Children's Hospital
    • Dr. Priya Verghese
    • University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview
    • Ms. Rachel M White
    • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
    • Dr. Warren Zuckerman
    • NY Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia Univ. Medical Center

Meeting Summaries

Report to the Board of Directors

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