Goran B. Klintmalm, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Klintmalm serves as Director of the Dallas Liver Transplant Program, and in 1997 he and his transplant team performed the world's first extracorporeal perfusion (bridge to transplant) using a genetically altered pig liver, which allowed the patient to successfully undergo liver transplantation. In 1999 he performed the first split liver transplant in North Texas. He is the author of more than 600 publications, including the second edition of the major textbook on liver transplantation. He developed and continues to maintain an international database of liver transplantation for tumors. His research interests include liver, kidney and small bowel transplantation, hepatobiliary surgery and immunosuppression.
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