Carrie Thiessen, MD, PhD
- Transplantation Surgery
- MD, Yale University, 2010
- PhD, Harvard University, 2009
- Resident, Yale University, General Surgery, 2019
- Fellowship, University of California San Francisco, Abdominal Transplant Surgery, 2021
Dr. Thiessen provides a wide range of services including Liver Transplant, Kidney Transplant, Pancreas Transplant.
Dr. Thiessen’s research goals include the development of an independently funded research program aimed at identifying strategies to increase living kidney donation and the examination of ethical issues surrounding organ transplantation.
Living donor liver transplant candidate and donor selection and engagement: Meeting report from the living donor liver transplant consensus conference.
Jesse MT, Jackson WE, Liapakis A, Ganesh S, Humar A, Goldaracena N, Levitsky J, Mulligan D, Pomfret EA, Ladner DP, Roberts JP, Mavis A, Thiessen C, Trotter J, Winder GS, Griesemer AD, Pillai A, Kumar V, Verna EC, LaPointe Rudow D, Han HH, AST LDLT Consensus Conference Working Group
Clin Transplant 2023 Mar 09; e14954
[PubMed ID: 36892182]
Financial, policy, and ethical barriers to the expansion of living donor liver transplant: Meeting report from a living donor liver transplant consensus conference.
Pillai A, Verna EC, Parikh ND, Cooper M, Thiessen C, Heimbach J, Gordon EJ, Sapisochin G, Selzner N, Mathur A, Perito ER, Jesse M, Liapakis A, Kumar V, AST LDLT Consensus Conference Working Group
Clin Transplant 2023 Mar 07; e14955
[PubMed ID: 36880375]
Simultaneous thoracic and abdominal donation after circulatory death organ recovery: the abdominal surgeon's perspective.
Thiessen C, Wisel SA, Roll GR
Curr Opin Organ Transplant 2023 Apr 01; 28(2): 139-144
[PubMed ID: 36603197]
The ethics of donation after circulatory death organ recovery: an overview of new considerations arising from procurement practice and policy changes.
Thiessen C, Gordon EJ, Kelly B, Wall A
Curr Opin Organ Transplant 2023 Apr 01; 28(2): 133-138
[PubMed ID: 36580376]
Fever, skin nodules, and hyperintense intramuscular leg lesions in a liver transplant patient.
Thiessen C, Ling I, Horvai A, Kang SM
Am J Transplant 2022 Feb; 22(2): 658-661
[PubMed ID: 35113491]