Yale Organ Transplantation and Immunology

The Yale-New Haven Organ Transplant Center (YNHTC) is a multi-disciplinary team of physicians and caregivers, dedicated to the care of patients with end-stage organ failure who might benefit from transplantation.

  • Largest kidney transplantation program in New England region. 
  • Nationally recognized pediatric liver transplant program in both patient outcomes and number of living donor transplants performed. 
  • Largest living donor kidney transplantation program in New England region. 
  • First Connecticut institution to provide kidney, liver and pancreas transplantation services. 
  • First kidney paired exchange in Connecticut. 
  • Performed the first split-liver transplant in the Connecticut. 
  • Strong multidisciplinary collaborative relationships that combine excellent clinical care delivery with basic science in order to develop cutting edge and innovative research. 
  • Access to a variety of clinical trials.
  • Transplant surgeons and physicians meet weekly to establish the most appropriate treatment recommendations for each patient.

About Us

The YNHTC team is comprised of world-renowned physicians, surgeons and scientists and a wide variety of organ transplant and medical specialties.


The Transplant Fellowship program is designed to be a two year, non–ACGME approved fellowship for graduates of general surgical residency programs who are Board–eligible or equivalent.

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Please visit YaleMedicine.org to learn more about what we offer pediatric patients needing surgical treatment and our comprehensive care for a full range of conditions and diseases, from the most common to the most complicated.

Section Chief

David Mulligan, MD, FACS

Professor of Surgery (Transplant)

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