Stanford Transplant News

  • – Abdominal Transplantation

    Dr. Bonham Speaks at CIRTA

    Dr. Andrew Bonham was a guest speaker at the 16th International Congress of Intestinal Rehab and Transplantation Association in Paris this past July. At the annual meeting Dr. Bonham chaired a session on the results of intestinal transplants, in addition to speaking on a panel about access to optimal care for intestinal failure. Dr. Bonham's presentation focused on GLP2 cost and social considerations.

  • – Surgery

    LPCH ranks #1 for Kidney Transplant Graft

    According to a new report from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR), Stanford Children's Health at LPCH (CAPC) had the best outcomes in the nation for 1-year kidney transplant graft survival. The report also noted that Stanford Health Care's (CASU) patient survival at 1 year was 100%.

  • – Surgery

    Dr. Esquivel Awarded Collaboration Grant

    Dr. Carlos Esquivel, chief of the division of abdominal transplantation, in conjunction with Intermountain Healthcare General Surgeon Dr. Manuel Rodriguez-Davalos has been awarded an Intermountain-Stanford Collaboration Grant. The almost $100,000 will fund their proposal “Advanced Quantitative Modeling Techniques to Enhance the Use of Segmental Grafts in Liver Transplantation” for the next year starting December 1.

  • – Abdominal Transplantation

    2020 Fellow Announcement

    Dr. Jenny Pan will be the 2020 Stanford Abdominal Transplant Fellow. Dr. Pan is in her final year at the Stanford General Surgery Residency Program.

  • – Abdominal Transplantation

    2019 Fellows Join Division

    The Division of Abdominal Transplant welcomes two new fellows. Drs. Aleah Brubaker and Peter Than both completed their general surgery residency at Stanford. Dr. Brubaker has an MD/PhD from Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine and earned her BS in Physiological Psychology at Pepperdine University. Dr. Than completed his medical degree at Brown Medical School and has a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Florida. Over the next two years, Drs. Brubaker and Than will receive advanced training in liver, kidney, pancreas, and intestinal transplant.