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Voices in Transplant
Perspectives from the organ donation and transplant community driving innovation, improvement and insights to save lives together
“I pledged to my donor family I would carry his heart with honor”: UNOS Ambassador Roxanne Watson on fulfilling a promise.
Pledge has led to registration of more than 12,000 organ donors.
Mansy volunteered in a group of 17 transplant organizations that receive organ offers who, in the spring of 2019, convened to influence development of a new DonorNet Mobile.
Mark Berney is a heart transplant recipient during the time of COVID-19.
This holiday season, organ placement specialists are working around the clock in the UNOS Organ Center to help place lifesaving organs across the country.
My son’s story did not end with his death.
Transplant program director at the hospital performing the most HOPE Act transplants reflects on its significance at the five-year milestone.
UNOS associate data scientist Carlos Martinez uses machine learning to interpret kidney allocation rates
Carlos Martinez and Andrew Placona were among more than two dozen UNOS researchers to present at the 2020 American Transplant Congress.
Heart transplant recipient calls for involving stakeholders to improve the system.
UNOS Labs is a collaborative space where UNOS’ behavioral scientists, biostatisticians, data scientists, and developers partner with donation and transplantation experts to work toward solutions that will make the transplant system more efficient and increase transplants.
The new mobile-friendly website was developed in partnership with transplant coordinators, administrators and surgeons from across the country.
Minority Affairs Committee member Oscar Serrano, M.D., on how the needs of minority and vulnerable populations are considered and addressed in policy development.
Dr. Velma Scantlebury-White, who has performed more than 2,000 transplants in her career, says there have been significant changes in terms of achieving equity access in the allocation system for minority patients, but some issues persist.
More than 220 transplants have been performed to date through the HOPE Act.