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Nephrology Fellowship

James Whiting, M.D.


 

Medical School:

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Bronx, New York

 

Surgical Residency:

Brigham & Women's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

 

Research Fellowship:

Gastroenterology Division Brigham & Women's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

 

Clinical Transplantation Fellowship:

Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center
Chicago, IL

 

Academic Appointments:

Associate Professor of Surgery
University of Vermont College of Medicine

 

Administrative Appointments:

Surgical Director
Maine Transplant Program
Maine Medical Center
Portland, Maine


Selected Publications:

JF Whiting , B Kiberd, Z Kalo, P Keown, L Roels, M Kjerulf. The cost-effectiveness of organ donation: evaluating investment into donor action and other donor initiatives. 2004 The American J of Transplantation. 4:569-573.

MA Schnitzler, JF Whiting , DC Brennan, KL Lentine , NM Desai, W Chapman, KC Abbott, Z Kalo. The life-years saved by a deceased organ donor. 2005 The American J of Transplantation. 5:2289-2296.

JF Whiting , F Delmonico, P Morrissey, G Basadonna, S Johnson, WD Lewis, R Rohrer, K O’Connor, J Bradley, T Lovewell, G Lipkowitz. Clinical results of a region-wide program to increase utilization of donors after cardiac death. 2006 Transplantation 81:1368-1375.

Whiting JF, Kamath S, Hoch DA, Parker MA, Bloomer C, Rubocki R, Vella JP: Renal Transplantation across a Positive Flow Cytometry Crossmatch (poster),  ASTS 8th Annual Winter Symposium, Marco Island, FL, January 2008




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