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Division Chief of Transplant Surgery - Massachusetts General Hospital




Massachusetts General Hospital, a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and Mass General Brigham Health System, Inc., seeks a senior transplant surgeon who would serve as Chief of the Division of Transplant Surgery in the Department of Surgery and the Clinical Director of the Transplant Center. The Chief will be responsible for the MGH Transplant Center and the Division’s clinical practice in adult and pediatric abdominal transplantation (deceased and living donor). He/She will also lead the Division’s research laboratories, oversee the Division’s Transplant Fellowship, and will support the training of residents rotating on the service. He/She will interact closely and collaborate effectively with members of the Transplantation Biology Research Center at MGH

The Chief and Clinical Director will also be charged with leading the institution’s efforts to make the Transplant Center gain national and international prominence. He/She will collaborate closely and effectively with members of the Brigham Hospital and Mass General Brigham Health System.

The ideal candidate will be an active transplant surgeon, Board certified in General Surgery, with expertise in liver, kidney, pancreas or intestine being desirable. Additional transplant surgery training with American Society of Transplant Surgeons Fellowship certification or its equivalent is also required. The individual should have a sufficient regional and national reputation to attract referrals for transplantation from within as well as outside the local area. Familiarity with and ability to introduce techniques and technology not currently utilized at MGH are desirable. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application and curriculum vitae to:

Keith Lillemoe, M.D.


Massachusetts General Hospital

55 Fruit Street, White 506

Boston, MA 02114

Application Deadline: January 31, 2024

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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