Our Liver Transplant Experts

The following experts are members of the Liver Transplantation Program of the Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute at UPMC.

Liver Transplant Surgeons

 Abhinav Humar, MD

Abhinav Humar, MD
Chief, Division of Transplantation
Clinical Director, Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute
Councilor-at-Large, American Society of Transplant Surgeons

Christohper Hughes, MD

Christopher Hughes, MD
Director, Liver Transplantation Surgery
Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network/United Network for Organ Sharing, Regional Organ Procurement Organization Committee Representative

Paulo Fontes, MD

Paulo Fontes, MD
Transplant Surgery

Roberto Carlos Lopez, MD
Transplant Surgery
Mark Sturdevant, MD

Mark Sturdevant, MD
Transplant Surgery

Amit D. Tevar, MD Amit D. Tevar, MD
Transplant Surgery

 

Center for Liver Diseases Hepatologists

Kapil Chopra, MD

Kapil Chopra, MD
Director, UPMC Center for Liver Diseases
Clinical Director, Hepatology
UPMC Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition

Michael Dunn, MD

Michael Dunn, MD
Associate Director, UPMC Center for Liver Diseases
Chief, Translation Research

Shahid Malik, MD
Associate Program Director,
Transplant Hepatology Fellowship

 Shahid Malik, MD

Jaideep Behari, MD, PhD
Transplant Hepatology

Fadi Fouad Francis, MD

Fadi Fouad Francis, MD
Transplant Hepatology

Alison Beth Jazwinski, MD

Alison Beth Jazwinski, MD
Transplant Hepatology

Mordechai Rabinovitz, MD
Transplant Hepatology
Achuthan Sourianarayanane, MD

Achuthan Sourianarayanane, MD
Transplant Hepatology

 

UPMC Liver Cancer Center

David Geller, MD

David Geller, MD
Co-Director, UPMC Liver Cancer Center
Video: Dr.Geller discusses liver cancer treatment options
(30 MB, 320 x 240, 5:38 minutes)

J. Wallis Marsh, MD

J. Wallis Marsh, MD
Director, UPMC Liver Cancer Center
UPMC St. Margaret and UPMC Mercy

Allan Tsung, MD

Allan Tsung, MD
Liver Surgery

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