Daniel Maluf, MD
Professor of Surgery
Director, Program in Transplantation
Liver Transplant Surgery
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Dr. Maluf is a transplant surgeon with more than 19 years of experience in clinical and translational research. He is also the Director of the Program in Transplantation at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and manages IMS and transplant patients clinically.
He has expertise in kidney, liver, liver transplant, living donor liver, pancreas and renal transplantation.
In liver transplantation, Dr. Maluf’s primary interest is in Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury and precisely how to target pathways with therapeutic interventions.
- DNA isolation
- Microarray data analysis and interpretation
He also acts as PI of pharmaceutical clinical trials and as co-investigator in NIH funded grants.
- Liver transplantation
- Ischemia-reperfusion injury
- Machine perfusion
- Living donor liver transplantation
- Biomarker discovery and validation
Dr. Maluf’s research background includes being given the David Hume Young Investigator award by South-Eastern Organ Procurement Foundation (SEOPF) in 2001 and being awarded the International Liver Transplant Society’s Young investigator and Mentor Award in 2007.
He has a record of yearly research presentations at national and international meetings such as ATC, ILTS, TTS.
University of Maryland Medical Center
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Universidad Nacional de Cordoba Facultad de Ciencias Medicas, 1994
Hospital Privado Catholic University, 2000
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine - Transplant Surgery, 2002