Stephen H. Gray, MD
Associate Professor of Surgery
Liver Transplant Surgery
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Dr. Stephen Gray is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine. He received his medical degree from the University of Michigan and completed his general surgery training and abdominal transplant fellowship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He also holds a Master of Science in Public Health in Clinical Research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health.
Specializing in liver transplant and hepatobiliary surgery, he does both adult and pediatric abdominal transplantation. From a surgery standpoint, Dr. Gray is involved in the evaluation, management, and treat patients with end-stage liver disease, including management of complications of cirrhosis, management of immunosuppression, and optimization of medical comorbidities.
Dr. Gray's research interests relate to ensuring that culturally and ethnically appropriate assessment strategies are used to eliminate age and racial health disparities in liver transplant candidates. He has a special interest in the assessment and selection of appropriate older adults for liver transplantation.
He also has an interest in health services research, specifically identifying modifiable predictors of transplant outcomes.
University of Maryland Medical Center
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University of Michigan, 2003
University of Alabama School of Medicine, 2010
University of Alabama Birmigham - Abdominal Transplantation, 2012
American Board of Surgery - Surgery, 2010