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Liver Transplant

The liver transplant program at Rush provides comprehensive transplant services for adults with end-stage liver disease. The program is a collaborative effort between the Division of Hepatology and the Solid Organ Transplant Program at Rush. Since its inception in 1985, Rush's transplant program has been one of the most active programs of its kind in the nation.


Practice Emphasis: Liver Transplant

Fellowship: University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, multiorgan abdominal transplantation

Board Certification: Surgery

Special Interests: Liver cancer, liver resections, liver surgery

Languages spoken: Cantonese

Director, Solid Organ Transplant

Practice Emphasis: Liver transplant, living donor liver transplant, biliary surgery, kidney transplant, pancreas transplant, pancreatic cancer, vascular access surgery

Fellowship:  Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada; Washington University School of Medicine

Board Certification: Surgery

Research Interests: Liver xenotransplantation, Organ perfusion and preservation

Languages spoken: German

​Practice Emphasis: liver transplant

Fellowship: University of Wisconsin Medical Center, Madison, WI, USA

Board Certification: surgery

Rush offers a full range of transplant services for patients with acute liver failure or end-stage liver diseases, including a comprehensive evaluation clinic to expedite the transplant evaluation process and get patients on the transplant waiting list more quickly.

Rush also has a comprehensive liver tumor board composed of specialists from multiple areas who work collaboratively to provide the most up-to-date, advanced and compassionate care for our patients with cancer.

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University Transplant Program - Downtown
1725 W. Harrison St.
Professional Building III
Suite 161
Elevator III
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: 312-942-4252
Fax: 312-942-3055
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