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202.4 Pediatric Intestinal Transplantation

George V. Mazariegos, United States

Chief, Pediatric Transplantation
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC


When transplant surgeon Dr. George Mazariegos began working with children, it didn’t take long for him to recognize that he had found his calling.
“I realized that we could make an impact for a lifetime,” he recalls. “We could have a part in restoring these children to the lives they were intended to live.”
As director of pediatric transplantation at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Dr. Mazariegos specializes in liver and intestinal transplantation.
Dr. Mazariegos graduated from Northwestern University Medical School in 1986. After completing his residency training at Michigan State University in 1991, he came to the University of Pittsburgh, where he completed a fellowship in critical care medicine in 1992 and a fellowship in liver and multi-organ transplantation in 1993. He joined the Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute in 1994 and came to Children's in 1997 as co-director of pediatric liver and intestine transplantation, before becoming Chief of Pediatric Transplantation in 2004.

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