As the only Comprehensive Transplant Center in Virginia, UVA provides lifesaving treatment for patients needing heart, lung, pancreas, kidney, liver, and islet cell transplants. We are also dedicated to cutting-edge research and discovery – giving patients and their families the gift of time.
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7 Quick Questions: Meet UVA Lung Transplant Surgeon Sasha Krupnick
Sasha Krupnick is a lung transplant surgeon at UVA in Charlottesville, VA. He also treats lung cancer, esophageal cancer and chest wall deformities. Click the photo to read more!
The Gift of a Kidney: Spring Vim & Vigor
Read the remarkable story of a family's history of kidney transplants, focused ultrasound and the recovery of actor Mark Ruffalo from a rare brain tumor. Click the photo for the spring issue of UVA Health System's family health magazine.
UVA Names New Transplant Center Director
University of Virginia Health System has named Jose Oberholzer, MD, a researcher and surgeon who has performed more than 1,000 transplant-related surgeries, as the new director of the Charles O. Strickler Transplant Center. Click the photo to read more.
7 Quick Questions: Meet Charlottesville Kidney Doctor Karen Warburton
Get to know Charlottesville kidney doctor Karen Warburton, who specializes in kidney and pancreas transplants at the University of Virginia. Click the photo to read more.
Liver transplant recipients Michael Honaker (left) and Conor Martin now have something in common: They each received a portion of the same liver. The liver can regenerate after being split, which makes it possible to transplant only a portion of one. Conor's transplant was done as part of our partnership with Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
Infographic: Organ Transplant at UVA
UVA Transplant Center receives thousands of organs annually. View this infographic to learn more about the numbers behind organ transplant at UVA.