As an academic transplant surgeon, I am convinced that innovation in our field is essential to drive progress and improve patient care.
Although I have a broad interest in transplantation of higher-risk organs, I have to confess to being an organ preservation critic.
I am committed to the exploration of the potential and the limits of isolated kidney and liver perfusion as preservation strategies and as diagnostic and treatment platforms.
I do so in both preclinical and clinical pragmatic research. If you cannot reach me in theatres or clinic, you have a good chance of finding me in the lab or behind my computer putting the bits and pieces of research together. I take joy in being an associate editor for the American Journal of Transplantation and the Transplantation journal and review for many others.