Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Lung transplantation is a complex and lifesaving procedure but one that carries many risks. Over the years, there have been significant innovations in transplantation, including changing indications for the procedure, novel strategies to increase transplant rates, and improvements in post-transplant care. Next week at Grand Rounds we’ll hear from pulmonologist Steve Hays and cardiothoracic surgeon Jasleen Kukreja about how these advancements in the field have helped optimize patient outcomes at UCSF.
Steven Hays, MD, is professor of Medicine and medical director of the UCSF Lung Transplant Program in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy and Sleep Medicine at UCSF Health. He is also the director of digital health for our transplant program.
Jasleen Kukreja, MD, MPH, is professor of Surgery and the surgical director of Lung Transplantation in the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at UCSF Health. She is also director of UCSF’s adult respiratory mechanical circulatory support program.
This Grand Rounds will be Zoom-only. Watch live using the link below or at your convenience on our YouTube channel.
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The session will be recorded for later play here.