The Lung Transplant Research Program in the University of Virginia Department of Surgery is comprised of a diverse team of clinicians and researchers dedicated to helping lung transplant recipients through the advancement of transplant research and training of Residents, PostDocs, and Students. Our program is headed by four Principle Investigators who study clinically relevant issues in lung transplantation including ischemia-reperfusion injury, primary graft dysfunction, organ preservation, ex vivo lung perfusion (EVLP), noninvasive imaging, and rejection.

Principle Investigators:

View an article in the UVA Medical Alum News about our laboratory training and translational research.

View an article in International Innovations about our translational research in lung ischemia-reperfusion injury.