To improve the outcomes of transplant recipients.


То facilitate innovative clinical and translational research in solid organ transplant recipients through partnership between like-minded clinical centers, researchers, industry, and funding agencies.


The major advantage of having а group like ours is that clinical studies саn bе performed with greater efficiency, quality, and innovation.

  1. lnfrastructure for “one-stop shopping” including contracting, protocol development, uniform data collection, etc. А major goal is to decrease the time from concept to initiation.
  2. Collaborative centers – streamlined enrollment, decrease time to completion of the studies.
  3. AII programs perform similar detailed follow-up as рагt of standard of саге.
  4. Biobank of allograft tissue and serum.
  5. Staff with time dedicated to these activities.


Mayo Clinic - Rochester, MN Terasaki Research Institute Los Angeles, CA Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, AZ University of CaliforniaSan Francisco, CA University of WisconsinMadison, WI Indiana University Indianapolis, IN Wake Forest Baptist Medical CenterWinston-Salem, NC Ochsner Medical CenterNew Orleans, LA University of MiamiMiami, FL

Mayo Clinic - Rochester, MN
Coordinating Team Members

  • Yogish Kudva, MBBS
  • Patrick G. Dean, MD

Terasaki Research Insitute - Los Angeles, CA
Coordinating Team Members

  • Matthew Everly, PharmD, BCPS, FAST

Mayo Clinic - Scottsdale, AZ
Coordinating Team Members

  • Reddy, Kunam, MBBS

University of California - San Francisco, CA
Coordinating Team Members

  • Peter Stock, M.D.

University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI
Coordinating Team Members

  • Jon Odorico, M.D.
  • Dixon Kaufman, M.D.

Indiana University - Indianapolis, IN
Coordinating Team Members

  • Jonathan Fridell, M.D.

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center - Winston-Salem, NC
Coordinating Team Members

  • Robert Stratta, M.D.

Ochsner Medical Center - New Orleans, LA
Coordinating Team Members

  • Ari Cohen, M.D.

University of Miami - Miami, FL
Coordinating Team Members

  • George Burke, M.D.

Areas of Interest

  1. Renal transplantation and the development of intervention trials.
  2. Development of a multicenter data warehouse for all types of studies, both prospective and retrospective.
  3. MTA will have both the breadth of data currently only available in large registries and detailed data currently only found in single centers.

Primary contact:

Mollie Luhman

Program Coordinator