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Peter G. Stock, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor of Surgery
Surgical Director, Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program
Surgical Director, Pediatric Renal Transplant Program
Co-Director, Pancreatic Islet Cell Transplant Program
Program, Director, T32 Training Program in Transplant Surgery

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peter.stock@ucsf.edu
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  • University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, B.S., Biology, 1974-78
  • University of Illinois, Chicago, IL, M.D., Medicine, 1978-82
  • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, Ph.D., Surgery, 1985-92
  • University of Minnesota, Intern, General Surgery, 1982-83
  • University of Minnesota, Resident, General Surgery, 1983-90
  • University of California, San Francisco, Fellow, Transplant Surgery, 1990-92
  • American Board of Surgery, 1991
  • Bile Duct Injuries
  • Bile Duct Strictures
  • Cholangiocarcinoma (Bile Duct Cancer)
  • Choledochal Cyst Disease
  • Dialysis Access
  • End-Stage Kidney Disease
  • Fulminant Hepatic Failure
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma (Liver Cancer)
  • Kidney and LIver Transplantation in HIV Patients
  • Kidney Transplantation
  • Liver Transplantation
  • Living Donor Kidney Transplantation
  • Living Donor Liver Transplantation
  • Pancreas Transplantation
  • Pancreatic Islet Cell Transplantation
  • Pediatric Kidney Transplantation
  • Pediatric Liver Transplantation
  • Polycystic Kidney Disease
  • Polycystic Liver Disease
  • Portal Hypertension
  • Induction of transplantation tolerance to block alloimmunity and recurrent autoimmunity following pancreatic islet transplantation
  • Safety and efficacy of solid organ transplantation in people with HIV

Peter G. Stock, M.D., Ph.D. is Professor of Surgery at UCSF, Surgical Director of the Pediatric Renal Transplantation Program and Surgical Director of the Pancreas Transplant Program. He was trained at the University of Minnesota, completing a surgical residency before coming to UCSF for a transplant fellowship. He joined the UCSF faculty in 1992. Dr. Stock specializes in liver, kidney and pancreas transplantation.

For many years, Dr. Stock was Chair of the Department of Surgery Research Committee. Under his  outstanding leadership. he has helped to establish UCSF Surgery as one of the top research programs for surgical residents in the U.S.

clincial investigation on which Dr. Stock served as principal investigator led the passage of the Hope Act lifting the ban on research for transplanting organs between HIV-positive donors and recipients.

Dr. Stock is a frequent presenter on issues related to transplantation and immunosuppression, and holds membership in numerous professional and honorary societies.

TEACHING AND MENTORING ACTIVITY

Teaching Summary:  My teaching responsibilities for the last three years continue to focus on my role as a transplant surgeon, and are directed toward medical students, residents, fellows and junior faculty – I view this as one of my most important roles at UCSF.  Teaching is conducted during daily rounds, in the operating room during transplant surgeries, and in the outpatient liver and pancreas clinics.  In the last 3 years, I have been recognized twice for receiving evaluations from the surgery residents for having outstanding evaluation scores significantly exceeding the mean scores of faculty in the formal MedHub system (Surgery 450/455 – evaluations/recognition submitted).

For the medical students, I taught the class on transplantation (Surgery 110) in person (six times per year) until 2020, when it became virtual.  I continue to be the Course Director for Surgery 140.18, Advanced Studies in Solid Organ Transplantation.  This subinternship is for 4th year medical students interested in pursuing a surgical residency and fosters important relationships with top candidates for surgical residency.  For the UCSF medical and graduate students, I serve as a lecturer for the GEMS NS219: Introduction to Human Biology and Medicine.  This course is designed to attract graduate students into specific areas of translational research.  My lecture focuses on strategies for beta cell replacement (pancreas/islet/stem cell-derived islets) as a cure for diabetes mellitus, and includes patient interviews with recipients of pancreas and islet transplants (course evaluations submitted).

Mentoring Summary:  At the departmental level, I continue to serve on the Resident Research Committee (Chair until 2020), and am responsible for the curriculum development for the surgery residents during their research years.  Until 2020, I provided mentorship to all categorical surgery residents to help define a pathway consistent with their goals.  Since stepping down as Chair in 2020, my principal focus is on developing a research pathway for residents pursuing research in transplant or transplant-related fields (2 residents per year).  This involves meeting with interns, R2's and R3's as they develop research plans and strategies for funding (at least 5 hours per categorical resident per year during the first 3 years), as well as monitoring progress of all research residents.  The research and training  plans are focused on the strategy outlined in the NIH T32 training grant (T32A112522 – Filling a Void of Research Transplant Training for Transplant Surgeon).  I am the PI of this training grant, which has been highly successful in the training of the first group of residents that have completed the program (08/2016-07/2021); we just received a renewal (08/24/2021-07/31/2026).

My mentorship in translational research (pancreatic islets and HIV immunology) has included medical students, residents and transplant fellows during the period since the last advancement (last 3 years).  During the last 3 years, primary mentorship for committed research (2 years) has included: Dominic Amara (medical student/gap year), Simon Chu (medical student/now surgery resident), Casey Ward (surgery resident), Yvonne Kelly (surgery resident), Arya Zarinsefat (surgery resident), Hillary Braun (surgery resident), Audrey Brown (surgery resident), and Steve Wisel (surgery resident/transplant fellow). The success of these mentees is evidenced by the Awards that these students and residents have achieved: Hillary Brown and Casey Ward both won the top award for best research at the UCSF Resident Research Symposium. Dominic Amara was awarded the Presidential Award for medical students from the ASTS.  Audrey Brown and Yvonne Kelly both were awarded research grants from the ASTS.  Arya Zarinsefat also received an award for his research at Resident Research Day, as well as getting intramural funding for his work with the immune response following transplantation in the HIV positive recipient.

I continue to mentor all of my junior colleagues with regards to surgery/clinical transplantation.  For the last 3 years, my focus has been on the three most junior colleagues:  Garrett Roll (NIH clinical trials), Shareef Syed (surgical education), and James Gardner (translational research).

  Award  
  Confired By    
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  • James IVth Fellowship Award
  • US Representative
  • 2000
  • Faculty Fellowship Award
  • American College of Surgeons
  • 1993
  • Sandoz Fellowship Award
  • American Society of Transplant Surgeons
  • 1991
  • Outstanding Surgical Resident Teaching Award
  • Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
  • 1989
  • David Gaviser Award, Outstanding Surgical Research
  • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
  • 1989
  • Outstanding Research Award, Senior Medical Student
  • University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
  • 1982
  • Alpha Omega Alpha
  • University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
  • 1981
  • Magna Cum Laude, Honors in Biology with High Distinction
  • University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
  • 1978
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
  • 1978
  • During the last 3 years, the major thrust of my research and creative activities have focused in three areas, which are listed below along with related NIH and extramural funding covering the research since the last advancement (2018):
    1. Improving the outcomes of solid organ transplantation in people with HIV and translational studies bridging the previously distinct worlds of HIV and transplantation. Related funding during last 3 years: A) NIH U01Al118594-05 – Impact of CCR5 Blockade in HIV+ Kidney Transplant Recipients (Stock PI)(active until 07/31/2021); B) NIH U01 Hope in Action Prospective Multi-Center Trial (Stock Site PI)(active until 07/31/3021); C) NIHU01 Al152153-01 – Maximizing the success of HIV+ to HIV+ Kidney Transplantation in South Africa (Stock Co-Investigator)(active until 03/31/2025); D) NIH U01 A1115714-03 Sofusbuvir and Ledipasvir in HIV/HCV Coinfected Pre and Post Liver Transplant (Stock PI)(funding ended 12/31/19); E) American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) 109119-57-RGRL – Impact of Everolimus on HIV Persistence Post Kidney or Liver Transplant (Stock PI)(funding ended 01/31/2018).
    2. Beta Cell Replacement strategies for the treatment of diabetes mellitus with pancreas transplantation, islet transplantation, or stem cell-derived beta cell clusters. We were funded ($11-million dollar grant) from CIRM to develop the forearm as a site for islet cell transplantation. This novel approach uses co-transplantation of islets with parathyroid tissue to facilitate engraftment – and has the potential for the development of a safe and accessible site for stem cell-derived beta cells. Related funding during last 3 years: A) California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) – Islet and PARAthyroid Co-Transplantation for Treatment of Diabetes in Intra-Muscular Site (PARADIGM) (Stock PI) (active until 06/30/2023); B) NIH/NIDDK P30 DK063720 Diabetes Endocrinology Research Center (Stock Director of the Islet Production Core, German PI) (funding end 03/31/2020, renewal pending).
    3. Public Policy/Organ Allocation: During the last 3 years, I continue to have an active role in the development of national allocation policy. Based on previous experience as the Chair of both the national pancreas and kidney committees of UNOS, I have been funded as a senior investigator of the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR). The SRTR is contracted by the government (HRSA) to provide analysis based on the national data registry to guide policy development. Related funding during last 3 years: HSRA 75R60220C00011 (annual funding – contract to continue thru 2025).
    In addition to the public policy development guided by the SRTR, I have served as the Chair of the Ethics Committee of The Transplantation Society, which guides international policies regarding the complex ethical issues involved in transplantation (see Professional Competence below).

    Pancreatic Islet Transplantation
    The translational research in the field of pancreatic islets revolves around clinical trials of the safety and efficacy of islet transplantation in patients with Type I diabetes. The clinical trials are funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). These clinical trials focus on novel immunosuppressive strategies that utilize co-stimulatory blockade to prevent the immune response against pancreatic islets with a regimen that is not toxic to kidneys or beta cells.

    Related research involves improving the techniques required for isolating pancreatic islets from the pancreas, which is being conducted in a fully compliant GMP laboratory facility. The study of the alloimmune and autoimmune response following islet transplantation will be conducted to determine the efficacy of the immunosuppressive strategies. Further translational studies will include methods of expanding the source of beta cells, using direct proliferation, as well as manipulation of precursor cells localized in the adult pancreas. We are currently funded (PI) for a translational grant from California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) to bring embryonic stem cell-derived beta cells to a clinical trial.

    Solid Organ Transplantation in People with HIV
    With the advent of highly active anti-retroviral therapy (HAART), HIV has been a chronic disease. People with HIV are no longer dying from progression of HIV to AIDS, but rather as a result of end stage live disease (viral hepatitis co-infection) and kidney disease (HIV nephropathy). Our laboratory heads up the large NIH-sponsored national multicenter trial which is studying the safety and efficacy of solid organ transplantation in people with HIV. Translational research is exploring the impact of HIV on organ function and the impact of immunosuppression on the immune response against HIV and associated copathogens.

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    • Filling a Void of Research (FAVOR) Training for Transplant Surgeons
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    • Impact of CCR5 Blockade in HIV+ Kidney Transplant Recipients
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    • Diabetes Research Center
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    • Sofosbuvir and Ledipasvir in HIV/HCV Coinfected Pre and Post Liver Transplant
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    • Solid Organ Transplantation in HIV: Multi-Site Study
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    • General Clinical Research Center
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    1. Kandaswamy R, Stock PG, Gustafson SK, Skeans MA, Curry MA, Prentice MA, Fox A, Israni AK, Snyder JJ, Kasiske BL. OPTN/SRTR 2016 Annual Data Report: Pancreas. Am J Transplant. 2018 Jan;18 Suppl 1:114-171. PMID: 29292605
    2. Schuetz C, Anazawa T, Cross SE, Labriola L, Meier RPH, Redfield RR 3rd, Scholz H, Stock PG, Zammit NW; IPITA YIC Young Investigator Committee. β Cell Replacement Therapy: The Next 10 Years. Transplantation. 2018 Feb;102(2):215-229. PMID: 28885496
    3. Piemonti L, de Koning EJP, Berney T, Odorico JS, Markmann JF, Stock PG, Rickels MR. Defining outcomes for beta cell replacement therapy: a work in progress. Diabetologia. 2018 Jun;61(6):1273-1276. PMID: 29511779
    4. Sneddon JB, Tang Q, Stock P, Bluestone JA, Roy S, Desai T, Hebrok M. Stem Cell Therapies for Treating Diabetes: Progress and Remaining Challenges. Cell Stem Cell. 2018 Jun 1;22(6):810-823. PMID: 29859172
    5. Rickels MR, Stock PG, de Koning EJP, Piemonti L, Pratschke J, Alejandro R, Bellin MD, Berney T, Choudhary P, Johnson PR, Kandaswamy R, Kay TWH, Keymeulen B, Kudva YC, Latres E, Langer RM, Lehmann R, Ludwig B, Markmann JF, Marinac M, Odorico JS, Pattou F, Senior PA, Shaw JAM, Vantyghem MC, White S. Defining Outcomes for β-Cell Replacement Therapy in the Treatment of Diabetes: a Consensus Report on the Igls Criteria from the IPITA/EPITA Opinion Leaders Workshop. Transplantation. 2018 Sep;102(9):1479-1486. PMID: 29528967
    6. Durand CM, Halpern SE, Bowring MG, Bismut GA, Kusemiju OT, Doby B, Fernandez RE, Kirby CS, Ostrander D, Stock PG, Mehta S, Turgeon NA, Wojciechowski D, Huprikar S, Florman S, Ottmann S, Desai NM, Cameron A, Massie AB, Tobian AAR, Redd AD, Segev DL. Organs from deceased donors with false-positive HIV screening tests: An unexpected benefit of the HOPE act. Am J Transplant. 2018 10; 18(10):2579-2586. PMID: 29947471. PMCID: PMC6160348
    7. Mock C, Debas H, Balch CM, Brennan M, Buyske J, Cusack J, DeMeester S, Herndon D, Le Holterman AX, Jaffe B, Kandil E, Kauffman G, Mazariegos G, sMerchant N, Numann P, Oleynikov D, Olutoye O, O'Neill J, Shackford S, Stock P, Tarpley JL, Tuttle T, Wolf S, Wren SM, Yang GP. Global Surgery: Effective Involvement of US Academic Surgery: Report of the American Surgical Association Working Group on Global Surgery. Ann Surg. 2018 10; 268(4):557-563. PMID: 30004921
    8. Yamanaga S, Rosario A, Fernandez D, Kobayashi T, Tavakol M, Stock PG, Kang SM. Inferior long-term graft survival after end-to-side reconstruction for two renal arteries in living donor renal transplantation. PLoS One. 2018; 13(7):e0199629. PMID: 29995911. PMCID: PMC6040747
    9. Kelly AC, Smith KE, Purvis WG, Min CG, Weber CS, Cooksey AM, Hasilo C, Paraskevas S, Suszynski TM, Weegman BP, Anderson MJ, Camacho LE, Harland RC, Loudovaris T, Jandova J, Molano DS, Price ND, Georgiev IG, Scott WE, Manas DMD, Shaw JAM, O'Gorman D, Kin T, McCarthy FM, Szot GL, Posselt AM, Stock PG, Karatzas T, Shapiro AMJ, Lynch RM, Limesand SW, Papas KK. Oxygen Perfusion (Persufflation) of Human Pancreata Enhances Insulin Secretion and Attenuates Islet Proinflammatory Signaling. Transplantation. 2019 01; 103(1):160-167. PMID: 30095738. PMCID: PMC6371803
    10. Kandaswamy R, Stock PG, Gustafson SK, Skeans MA, Urban R, Fox A, Odorico JS, Israni AK, Snyder JJ, Kasiske BL. OPTN/SRTR 2017 Annual Data Report: Pancreas. Am J Transplant. 2019 02; 19 Suppl 2:124-183. PMID: 30811891
    11. Chapman JR, Stock P, Haberal M. Organs From Executed People Are Not a Source of Scientific Discovery. Transplantation. 2019 Aug; 103(8):1534-1535. PMID: 31349354
    12. Roll GR, Webber AB, Gae DH, Laszik Z, Tavakol M, Mayen L, Cunniffe K, Syed S, Hirose R, Freise C, Feng S, Roberts JP, Ascher NL, Stock PG, Rajalingam R. A virtual crossmatch based strategy facilitates sharing of deceased donor kidneys for highly sensitized recipients. Transplantation. 2019 Aug 19. PMID: 31449187
    13. Kandaswamy R, Stock PG, Gustafson SK, Skeans MA, Urban R, Fox A, Israni AK, Snyder JJ, Kasiske BL. OPTN/SRTR 2018 Annual Data Report: Pancreas. Am J Transplant. 2020 Jan; 20 Suppl s1:131-192. PMID: 31898415
    14. Brian R, Stock P, Syed S, Hirose K, Reilly L, O'Sullivan P. How COVID-19 inspired surgical residents to rethink educational programs. Am J Surg. 2020 Oct 21. PMID: 33109334. PMCID: PMC7577268
    15. Roll GR, Posselt AM, Freise J, Baird J, Syed S, Mo Kang S, Hirose R, Szot GL, Zarinsefat A, Feng S, Worner G, Sarwal M, Stock PG. Long-term follow-up of beta cell replacement therapy in 10 HIV-infected patients with renal failure secondary to type 1 diabetes mellitus. Am J Transplant. 2020 Jan 28. PMID: 31994295
    16. Witkowski P, Philipson L, Kaufman DB, Ratner L, Abouljoud MS, Bellin M, Buse J, Kandeel F, Stock P, Mulligan D, Markmann JF, Kozlowski T, Andreoni K, Alejandro R, Baidal D, Hardy MA, Wickrema A, Mirmira RG, Fung J, Becker Y, Josephson MA, Bachul PJ, Pyda JS, Charlton M, Millis JM, Gaglia J, Stratta RJ, Fridell JA, Niederhaus S, Forbes RC, Jayant K, Robertson RP, Odorico J, Levy M, Harland R, Abrams PL, Olaitan OK, Kandaswamy R, Wellen J, Japour AJ, Desai CS, Naziruddin B, Balamurugan AN, Barth RN, Ricordi C. The Demise of Islet Allotransplantation in the US: A Call for an Urgent Regulatory Update The PMID: 33251712
    17. Stock PG, Mannon RB, Armstrong B, Watson N, Ikle D, Robien MA, Morrison Y, Odorico J, Fridell J, Mehta AK, Newell KA. Challenges of calcineurin inhibitor withdrawal following combined pancreas and kidney transplantation: Results of a prospective, randomized clinical trial. Am J Transplant. 2020 Feb 10. PMID: 32039559
    18. Peters MG, Kottilil S, Terrault N, Amara D, Husson J, Huprikar S, Florman S, Sulkowski MS, Durand CM, Luetkemeyer AF, Rogers R, Grab J, Haydel B, Blumberg E, Dove L, Emond J, Olthoff K, Smith C, Fishbein T, Masur H, Stock PG. Retrospective-Prospective Study of Safety and Efficacy of Sofosbuvir based Direct Acting Antivirals in HIV/HCV Coinfected Participants with Decompensated Liver Disease Pre or Post Liver Transplant. Am J Transplant. 2020 Dec 04. PMID: 33277801
    19. Fozouni L, Mohamad Y, Lebsack A, Freise C, Stock P, Lai JC. Frailty Is Associated With Increased Rates of Acute Cellular Rejection Within 3 Months After Liver Transplantation. Liver Transpl. 2020 Mar; 26(3):390-396. PMID: 31655014. PMCID: PMC7036016
    20. Wall AE, Pruett T, Stock P, Testa G. Coronavirus disease 2019: Utilizing an ethical framework for rationing absolutely scarce health-care resources in transplant allocation decisions. Am J Transplant. 2020 Apr 13. PMID: 32282992
    21. Braun HJ, Dodge JL, Grab JD, Schwab ME, Liu IH, Glencer AC, Stock PG, Hirose R, Roberts JP, Ascher NL. Live Donor Liver Transplantation in the United States: Impact of Share 35 on Live Donor Utilization. Transplantation. 2020 May 18. PMID: 32433235
    22. Mannon RB, Armstrong B, Stock PG, Mehta AK, Farris AB, Watson N, Morrison Y, Sarwal M, Sigdel T, Bridges N, Robien M, Newell KA, Larsen CP. Avoidance of CNI and steroids using belatacept-Results of the Clinical Trials in Organ Transplantation 16 trial. Am J Transplant. 2020 Jun 18. PMID: 32558199
    23. Syed SM, Gardner J, Roll G, Webber A, Mehta N, Shoji J, Adelmann D, Niemann C, Braun HJ, Mello A, Yao F, Posselt A, Kang SM, Hirose R, Roberts J, Feng S, Ascher N, Stock P, Freise C. COVID-19 and Abdominal Transplant: A Stepwise Approach to Practice During Pandemic Conditions. Transplantation. 2020 Jun 29. PMID: 32639408. PMCID: PMC7363383
    24. Markmann JF, Rickels MR, Eggerman TL, Bridges ND, Lafontant DE, Qidwai J, Foster E, Clarke WR, Kamoun M, Alejandro R, Bellin M, Chaloner K, Czarniecki CW, Goldstein JS, Hering BJ, Hunsicker LG, Kaufman DB, Korsgren O, Larsen CP, Luo X, Naji A, Oberholzer J, Posselt AM, Ricordi C, Senior PA, Shapiro A, Stock PG, Turgeon NA. Phase 3 Trial of Human Islet-after-Kidney Transplantation in Type 1 Diabetes. Am J Transplant. 2020 Jul 06. PMID: 32627352
    25. Durand CM, Zhang W, Brown DM, Yu S, Desai N, Redd AD, Bagnasco SM, Naqvi FF, Seaman S, Doby BL, Ostrander D, Bowring MG, Eby Y, Fernandez RE, Friedman-Moraco R, Turgeon N, Stock P, Chin-Hong P, Mehta S, Stosor V, Small CB, Gupta G, Mehta SA, Wolfe CR, Husson J, Gilbert A, Cooper M, Adebiyi O, Agarwal A, Muller E, Quinn TC, Odim J, Huprikar S, Florman S, Massie AB, Tobian AAR, Segev DL. A prospective multicenter pilot study of HIV-positive deceased donor to HIV-positive recipient kidney transplantation: HOPE in action. Am J Transplant. 2020 Jul 23. PMID: 32701209
    26. Stock PG, Wall A, Gardner J, Domínguez-Gil B, Chadban S, Muller E, Dittmer I, Tullius SG. Ethical Issues in the COVID Era: Doing the Right Thing Depends on Location, Resources, and Disease Burden. Transplantation. 2020 Jul; 104(7):1316-1320. PMID: 32569002. PMCID: PMC7340125
    27. Yamanaga S, Freise CE, Stock PG, Rosario A, Fernandez D, Kobayashi T, Tavakol M, Kang SM. Inferior Long-Term Graft Survival of Suboptimal Kidneys After Living Donor Kidney Transplantation. Transplant Proc. 2020 Jul - Aug; 52(6):1734-1740. PMID: 32446691
    28. Henrich TJ, Schreiner C, Cameron C, Hogan LE, Richardson B, Rutishauser RL, Deitchman AN, Chu S, Rogers R, Thanh C, Gibson EA, Zarinsefat A, Bakkour S, Aweeka F, Busch MP, Liegler T, Baker C, Milush J, Deeks SG, Stock PG. Everolimus, an mTORC1/2 inhibitor, in ART-suppressed individuals who received solid organ transplantation: A prospective study. Am J Transplant. 2020 Aug 11. PMID: 32780519
    29. Meier RPH, Noguchi H, Kelly YM, Sarwal M, Conti G, Ward C, Halleluyan R, Tavakol M, Stock PG, Freise CE. Impact of Sarcopenia on Simultaneous Pancreas and Kidney Transplantation Outcomes: A Retrospective Observational Cohort Study. Transplant Direct. 2020 Oct; 6(10):e610. PMID: 33062843. PMCID: PMC7523826
    30. Muller E, Botha FCJ, Barday ZA, Manning K, Chin-Hong P, Stock P. Kidney Transplantation in HIV Positive Patients: Current Practice and Management Strategies. Transplantation. 2020 Oct 08. PMID: 33044431
    31. Amara D, Braun HJ, Shui AM, Sorrentino T, Ramirez JL, Lin J, Liu IH, Mello A, Stock PG, Hiramoto JS. Long-Term Lower Extremity and Cardiovascular Complications after Simultaneous Pancreas-Kidney Transplant. Clin Transplant. 2020 Dec 19; e14195. PMID: 33340143
    32. Amara D, Wisel SA, Braun HJ, Collisson EA, Friedlander T, Worner G, Roll GR, Hirose R, Stock PG. Metastatic Donor-derived Malignancies Following Simultaneous Pancreas-kidney Transplant: Three Case Reports and Management Strategies. Transplant Direct. 2021 Jan; 7(1):e636. PMID: 33324741. PMCID: PMC7725258
    33. Kandaswamy R, Stock PG, Miller J, Skeans MA, White J, Wainright J, Kyaw NTT, Niederhaus S, Israni AK, Snyder JJ. OPTN/SRTR 2019 Annual Data Report: Pancreas. Am J Transplant. 2021 Feb; 21 Suppl 2:138-207. PMID: 33595197
    34. Roll GR, Lunow-Luke T, Braun HJ, Buenaventura O, Mallari M, Stock PG, Rajalingam R. COVID-19 does not impact HLA antibody profile in a series of waitlisted renal transplant candidates. Hum Immunol. 2021 Apr 17. PMID: 33910707. PMCID: PMC8052475
    35. Landstra CP, Andres A, Chetboun M, Conte C, Kelly Y, Berney T, de Koning EJP, Piemonti L, Stock PG, Pattou F, Vantyghem MC, Bellin MD, Rickels MR. Examination of the Igls Criteria for Defining Functional Outcomes of ß-Cell Replacement Therapy: IPITA symposium report. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2021 Jun 01. PMID: 34061967
    36. Danovitch G, Bunnapradist S, Cohen D, Hariharan S, McKay D, Ratner L, Stegall M, Steiner R, Stock P, Vincenti F. Tests for the non-invasive diagnosis of kidney transplant rejection should be evaluated by kidney transplant programs. Am J Transplant. 2021 Jun 03. PMID: 34080294
    37. Israni A, Wey A, Thompson B, Miller J, Casingal V, Pavlakis M, Niederhaus S, Forbes R, Wilk A, McKinney W, Kandaswamy R, Stock P, Snyder J. New Kidney and Pancreas Allocation Policy: Moving to a Circle as the First Unit of Allocation. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2021 Jun 17. PMID: 34140395
    38. Stock PG, Henrich TJ, Segev DL, Werbel WA. Interpreting and addressing suboptimal immune responses after COVID-19 vaccination in solid organ transplant recipients. J Clin Invest. 2021 Jun 18. PMID: 34143755
    39. Stock PG, Lentine KL. Maximizing the use of hard to place kidneys: Getting the right kidney to the right recipient at the right time. Am J Transplant. 2021 Jul 30. PMID: 34327810
    40. Werbel WA, Brown DM, Kusemiju OT, Doby BL, Seaman SM, Redd AD, Eby Y, Fernandez RE, Desai NM, Miller J, Bismut GA, Kirby CS, Schmidt HA, Clarke WA, Seisa M, Petropoulos CJ, Quinn TC, Florman SS, Huprikar S, Rana MM, Friedman-Moraco RJ, Mehta AK, Stock PG, Price JC, Stosor V, Mehta SG, Gilbert AJ, Elias N, Morris MI, Mehta SA, Small CB, Haidar G, Malinis M, Husson JS, Pereira MR, Gupta G, Hand J, Kirchner VA, Agarwal A, Aslam S, Blumberg EA, Wolfe CR, Myer K, Wood RP, Neidlinger N, Strell S, Shuck M, Wilkins H, Wadsworth M, Motter JD, Odim J, Segev DL, Durand CM, Tobian AAR, HOPE in Action Investigators. National Landscape of HIV+ Deceased Organ Donors in the United States. Clin Infect Dis. 2021 Aug 28. PMID: 34453519
    41. Boggi U, Vistoli F, Andres A, Arbogast HP, Badet L, Baronti W, Bartlett ST, Benedetti E, Branchereau J, Burke GW, Buron F, Caldara R, Cardillo M, Casanova D, Cipriani F, Cooper M, Cupisti A, Davide J, Drachenberg C, de Koning EJP, Ettorre GM, Fernandez Cruz L, Fridell JA, Friend PJ, Furian L, Gaber OA, Gruessner AC, Gruessner RWG, Gunton JE, Han DJ, Iacopi S, Kauffmann EF, Kaufman D, Kenmochi T, Khambalia HA, Lai Q, Langer RM, Maffi P, Marselli L, Menichetti F, Miccoli M, Mittal S, Morelon E, Napoli N, Neri F, Oberholzer J, Odorico JS, Öllinger R, Oniscu G, Orlando G, Ortenzi M, Perosa M, Perrone VG, Pleass H, Redfield RR, Ricci C, Rigotti P, Paul Robertson R, Ross LF, Rossi M, Saudek F, Scalea JR, Schenker P, Secchi A, Socci C, Sousa Silva D, Squifflet JP, Stock PG, Stratta RJ, Terrenzio C, Uva P, Watson CJE, White SA, Marchetti P, Kandaswamy R, Berney T. First World Consensus Conference on pancreas transplantation: Part II - recommendations. Am J Transplant. 2021 Sep; 21 Suppl 3:17-59. PMID: 34245223. PMCID: PMC8518376
    42. Braun HJ, Amara D, Shui AM, Stock PG, Hirose R, Delmonico FL, Ascher NL. International Travel for Liver Transplantation: A Comprehensive Assessment of the Impact on the United States Transplant System. Transplantation. 2021 Oct 04. PMID: 34608102
    43. Kates OS, Stock PG, Ison MG, Allen RDM, Burra P, Jeong JC, Kute V, Muller E, Nino-Murcia A, Wang H, Wall A. Ethical review of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for transplant center staff and patients. Am J Transplant. 2021 Oct 27. PMID: 34706165. PMCID: PMC8653143
    44. Durand CM, Florman S, Motter JD, Brown D, Ostrander D, Yu S, Liang T, Werbel WA, Cameron A, Ottmann S, Hamilton JP, Redd AD, Bowring MG, Eby Y, Fernandez RE, Doby B, Labo N, Whitby D, Miley W, Friedman-Moraco R, Turgeon N, Price JC, Chin-Hong P, Stock P, Stosor V, Kirchner VA, Pruett T, Wojciechowski D, Elias N, Wolfe C, Quinn TC, Odim J, Morsheimer M, Mehta SA, Rana MM, Huprikar S, Massie A, Tobian AAR, Segev DL, HOPE in Action Investigators. HOPE in action: A prospective multicenter pilot study of liver transplantation from donors with HIV to recipients with HIV. Am J Transplant. 2021 Nov 06. PMID: 34741800
    45. Werlin EC, Braun HJ, Walker JP, Freise JE, Amara D, Liu IH, Mello A, Tavakol M, Stock PG, Hiramoto JS. Utility of a Simplified Iliac Artery Calcium Scoring System to Guide Perioperative Management for Renal Transplantation. Front Med (Lausanne). 2021; 8:606835. PMID: 33796543. PMCID: PMC8007790
    46. Markmann JF, Rickels MR, Eggerman TL, Bridges ND, Lafontant DE, Qidwai J, Foster E, Clarke WR, Kamoun M, Alejandro R, Bellin MD, Chaloner K, Czarniecki CW, Goldstein JS, Hering BJ, Hunsicker LG, Kaufman DB, Korsgren O, Larsen CP, Luo X, Naji A, Oberholzer J, Posselt AM, Ricordi C, Senior PA, Shapiro AMJ, Stock PG, Turgeon NA. Clinical Islet Transplantation Consortium. Phase 3 trial of human islet-after-kidney transplantation in type 1 diabetes. Am J Transplant. 2021;21:1477–1492. https://doi.org/10.1111/ ajt.16174
    47. Meier RPH, Kelly Y, Yamaguchi S, Braun HJ, Lunow-Luke T, Adelmann D, Niemann C, Maluf DG, Dietch ZC, Stock PG, Kang SM, Feng S, Posselt AM, Gardner JM, Syed SM, Hirose R, Freise CE, Ascher NL, Roberts JP, Roll GR. Advantages and Limitations of Clinical Scores for Donation After Circulatory Death Liver Transplantation. Front Surg. 2021; 8:808733. PMID: 35071316. PMCID: PMC8766343
    48. Chandran S and Stock PG. COVID-19 Vaccination in Kidney Transplant Recipients: An Ounce Pre-Transplant is Worth a Pound Post Transplant. JASN 32:2977-2978, 2021. doi:https//doi.org/10.1681/ASN.2021 101347
    49. Zarinsefat A, Gulati A, Shui A, Braun H, Rogers R, Hirose R, Ascher N, Stock P. Long-term Outcomes Following Kidney and Liver Transplant in Recipients With HIV. JAMA Surg. 2022 Jan 05. PMID: 34985513. PMCID: PMC8733865
    50. Ward C, Odorico JS, Rickels MR, Berney T, Burke GW, Kay TWH, Thaunat O, Uva PD, de Koning EJP, Arbogast H, Scholz H, Cattral MS, Stratta RJ, Stock PG, International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association Beta-Cell Replacement Therapy Monitoring Tas. International Survey of Clinical Monitoring Practices in Pancreas and Islet Transplantation. Transplantation. 2022 Jan 10. PMID: 35019897
    1. Zarinsefat A, Stock P. Islet vs. pancreas transplantation in nonuremic patients with type 1 diabetes. Transplantation, Bioengineering, and Regeneration of the Endocrine Pancreas. 2020 Jan 1; 417-423.
    2. Stock PG, Mukhtar R, Ghersin H, Fiscalini AS, and Esserman L. Pragmatic Trials and Approaches to Transforming Care. In: Pawlik T.,Sosa J. (eds). Clinical Trials. Success in Academic Surgery. Springer, Cham. 2020 March 11; 59-76. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35488-6_6
    3. Locke J, Stock P. Renal Transplantation 7th Ed. Editor(s): Mulholland MW, Lillemoe KD, Doherty GM, Maier RV, Simeone DM, Unchurch Jr GR. G. Greenfield's Surgery: Scientific Principles and Practice: Lippincott Williams and Wilkens, Philadelphia. In press.

     

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