Jonathan Scott Bromberg, MD
Professor of Surgery
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Jonathan Bromberg, MD, PhD, is a renowned kidney transplant and pancreas transplant surgeon who specializes in research relating to immunology. Dr. Bromberg comes to Baltimore after more than a decade at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. Dr. Bromberg received both his MD and PhD from Harvard Medical School and completed a surgical residency at the University of Washington. His training continued with a transplantation fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. At UMMC, Dr. Bromberg serves as the vice chair for research in the Department of Surgery.
Best known for his innovative research involving immunosuppressive therapies, Dr. Bromberg has devoted his career to investigating the role of immunology in transplantation, with a current focus on the effects of chemokines and cell migration on the immune response.
UM Shore Regional Health - Dorchester/Easton
University of Maryland Medical Center
Member of UM Faculty Physicians, Inc.
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Harvard Medical School, 1983
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1983
University of Washington School of Med., 1984
University of Washington Medical Center, 1988
University of Washington School of Med., 1988
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania - Transplantation Surgery, 1990
Hospital of The University of PA - Transplant Surgery, 1990
American Board of Surgery - Surgery, 1989
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