Welcome to the Division of Abdominal Transplantation

We are and will always be the most experienced team in complex organ transplantation.

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    Dr. Olivia Martinez to take on new role: Vice Chair for Basic and Translational Science

    Dr. Olivia M. Martinez is currently Professor of Surgery, Division of Abdominal Transplantation, and for 2020-21, she has been appointed Vice Chair of Basic & Translational Research in the Department of Surgery. She is also the Director of Stanford Immunology and Director of the PhD Program in Immunology at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

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    HTTC: Dr. Carlos Esquivel, International Pediatric Transplant Association

    Learn about Dr. Carlos Esquivel's International Pediatric Transplant Association Presidency. Dr. Carlos Esquivel is chief of the Division of Abdominal Transplantation and president-elect of the International Pediatric Transplant Association.

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    High-resolution phenotyping of early acute rejection reveals a conserved alloimmune signature

    Congratulations to James Harden and co-authors from the Abdominal Transplant research team for publishing: High-resolution phenotyping of early acute rejection reveals a conserved alloimmune signature

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    Kidney Transplant Team Receives ISP Star Award

    Stanford's Kidney Transplant Team is a recipient of this year's Integrated Strategic Plan Star Awards. According to their website, "This honor recognizes individuals and teams from the Stanford Medicine community who, through their extraordinary efforts, embody the strategic priorities of our ISP: Value Focused, Digitally Driven, and Uniquely Stanford."

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    Dr. Namjoshi, MD Appointed Director of IR, Nutrition Support, and Home Pharmacy

    We are pleased to announce that Dr. Shweta Namjoshi, MD has been appointed Director of the Intestinal Rehabilitation (IR), Nutrition Support, and Home Pharmacy. The future of these programs -including intestinal transplantation-, is bright, with a vision for making Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital a destination site for comprehensive care, research, and education for children with intestinal disorders.