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Stephen Harms has been selected as Chief Operating Officer of UNOS, and Alex Tulchinsky has been selected as UNOS' Chief Technology Officer. Harms will oversee key projects that promote UNOS' strategic plan, while Tulchinsky will oversee development and maintenance of the...

source: ASTS

RAPID (Real-time Analysis and Process Improvement Dashboard) is open source software that provides outcomes and quality dashboards to monitor your center's SRTR Program Specific Reports (PSR) performance. Originally developed at Northwestern Medicine Comprehensive Transplant...

source: ASTS

All eligible ASTS voting members were sent a link to vote via a secure online system on April 1. If you are eligible to vote and did not receive the email, please contact Election results will be formally announced at the annual ASTS business meeting at WTC...

source: ASTS

Using organ procurement organizations reduces costs and is safer for patients and medical staff. But complex reimbursement rules deter some transplant hospitals from allowing organs from brain-dead donors to be recovered off site.

source: HealthLeaders Media

Living kidney donation from donors less than 18 years of age is uncommon. The majority of donations from adolescents took place several decades ago providing a unique opportunity to study true long-term consequences of donation. In this study, authors compared survival,...

source: Pediatric Transplantation (login required)

Over the last decade, advances in genetic technologies have accelerated our understanding of the genetic diversity across individuals and populations. Case–control and population-based studies have led to several thousand genetic associations across a range of phenotypes...

source: American Journal of Transplantation


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