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The Starzl Network for Excellence in Pediatric Transplantation unites the top children's transplant centers across the United States and Canada.
Our goals are to bring new and lifesaving advances to children in need of a transplant through:
- The latest technology.
- The best minds in the field.
- Groundbreaking transplant research.
- Patient advocacy.
Founded in 2017 through a generous gift of the Citrone Thirty Three Foundation, the Starzl Network honors the life and legacy of Dr. Thomas E. Starzl, recognized as the father of transplantation, and carries on his work of discovery and life-saving innovation.
A network of pediatric transplant institutions committed to continuous improvement until every child can achieve a long and healthy life.
To unite big data, technology, patient advocacy and transplant thought leaders to deliver the best possible care and develop new, scalable solutions to pediatric transplantation’s most challenging problems.
- Collaboration:A desire among members to forgo individual gains in lieu of collective efforts.
- Urgency:A shared sense of determination to quickly and dramatically improve patient care and outcomes.
- Transparency: A willingness among members to freely and openly share data within and beyond the Network.
- Innovation: A determination to identify and use leading approaches and technologies to advance our goals.
- Excellence: A commitment to engage leaders across multiple fields and combine their expertise.
- Synergy: A drive to build off existing systems (e.g., SPLIT) or provide expertise to regulatory bodies (e.g., UNOS) who are advocating for improvement in outcomes for children.Founded in 2017 through a generous gift of the Citrone Thirty Three Foundation, the Starzl Network for Excellence in Pediatric Transplantation honors the life and legacy of Thomas E. Starzl, MD, PhD, recognized as the father of transplantation, and carries on his work of discovery and life-saving innovation.
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