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Voices in Transplant
Perspectives from the organ donation and transplant community driving innovation, improvement and insights to save lives together
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.
Donor mom advocates for thoughtful reform to improve entire transplant system.
An OPO leader worries that new rules will result in fewer lifesaving transplants.
Transplant surgeon calls for systemic reforms to build on success of transplant system.
Research shows a 2018 modified heart policy is achieving most of its intended goals of stratifying candidates and providing broader access to the most medically urgent patients.
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.
Leading experts in other fields across the country and around the world help build the continuous distribution framework
Working collaboratively to enhance system performance and improve transplant program monitoring metrics
MPSC’s proposed changes to performance monitoring to go out for public comment in August.
“There is so much intellectual capital assembled at UNOS to study and evaluate the transplant system and find ways to improve through research and analytics.”
Data show transplants for four major ethnic groups rebounded after initial decline, Hispanics had steepest decline and smallest rebound.