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AJT July 2022 Editors’ Picks

AJT July 2022 Editors’ Picks

July 5, 2022

Hosts Roz and Josh are joined by AJT Editorial Fellow Prince Singh, MBBS, FASN, FACP to discuss the key articles of the July issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

AJT June 2022 Editor’s Picks

AJT June 2022 Editor’s Picks

June 9, 2022

Hosts Roz and Josh discuss the key articles of the June issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

AJT May 2022 Editor’s Picks

AJT May 2022 Editor’s Picks

May 10, 2022

Hosts Roz and Josh are joined by Natalia Castillo Almeida, MD (University of Nebraska) and Beau Kelly, MD, MBA, FACS, FAST (DCI Donor Services and AST Board Member) to discuss the key articles of the May issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

AJT April 2022 Editors’ Picks

AJT April 2022 Editors’ Picks

April 5, 2022

Hosts Roz and Josh are joined by Dustin Carpenter, MD, MPH (Weill Cornell Medical Center) to discuss the key articles of the April issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

Use of Organs from SARS-CoV-2-Positive Donors: Weighing the Risks versus Benefits

Use of Organs from SARS-CoV-2-Positive Donors: Weighing the Risks versus Benefits

March 29, 2022

We are now more than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, and yet many questions remain about how to approach solid organ transplant donors with COVID-19 infection. With the recent Delta and Omicron variant surges, the prevalence of COVID-19 positive donors has increased creating challenges for transplant centers needing to balance the risk of donor-derived infection with mortality on the waitlist. This special episode, hosted by AJT Fellow Dr. Carol Kao, features what is currently known on this topic as well as unique perspectives from the Italian experience by Dr. Paolo Grossi and the US by Drs. Ricardo La Hoz and Mike Green, moderated by Dr. Emily Blumberg.

AJT March 2022 Editors’ Picks

AJT March 2022 Editors’ Picks

March 7, 2022

Host Roz Mannon is joined by Carol Kao, MD (Washington University in St. Louis) to discuss the key articles of the March issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

AJT February 2022 Editors’ Picks

AJT February 2022 Editors’ Picks

February 6, 2022

Hosts Roz and Josh are joined by Satish Nadig, MD, PhD (Northwestern) to discuss the key articles of the February issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

AJT January 2022 Editors’ Picks

AJT January 2022 Editors’ Picks

January 3, 2022

Hosts Roz and Josh are joined by Rebecca Craig-Schapiro, MD, PhD (Weill Cornell Medical Center) and Juan Carlos Caicedo, MD (Northwestern) to discuss the key articles of the January issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates: Pros, Cons, and a Patient‘s Perspective

COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates: Pros, Cons, and a Patient‘s Perspective

December 10, 2021

Requirements for COVID-19 vaccination for transplant candidates are currently being widely considered by transplant programs. While many programs promote vaccine mandates to improve the safety of transplantation, others are reluctant to impose mandates for a variety of reasons, including issues of equity and legal concerns (including government restrictions). The impact on patients and programs has sparked a lively debate on this topic. This podcast highlights the complexity of issues related to vaccine mandates both from the provider and patient viewpoints.

AJT December 2021 Editors’ Picks

AJT December 2021 Editors’ Picks

December 6, 2021

Hosts Roz and Josh are joined by Raphael Meier, MD, PhD, (University of Maryland) to discuss the key articles of the December issue of American Journal of Transplantation.

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