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The Association of Specialty Professors (ASP) Workshop on Solid Organ Transplantation in Older Adults will be held January 23-24, 2012, at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City in Arlington, VA.  Unless otherwise noted, all files are in PDF format.

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AgendaMONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2012

Welcome and Introductory Remarks
Kevin P. High, MD
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Discussion Topic I:  Current Epidemiology of Organ Transplantation to/from Older Adults
Article One
Article Two
Jeffrey B. Halter, MD, Moderator
University of Michigan Medical School

Data from SRTR on age-specific rates and outcomes of recipients:  lung, heart, liver, and kidney
Bertram L. Kasiske, MD
University of Minnesota Medical School
Hennepin County Medical Center

Data from SRTR on age of donors
Dorry Segev, MD, PhD
Johns Hopkins Hospital

Racial and ethnic differences in transplant access, acceptance, and donation
Neil R. Powe, MD
University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Discussion Topic II:  Immunology of Aging and Transplantation 
Kevin P. High, MD, Moderator
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Review of immune changes with age and impact on known mechanisms of tolerance and rejection
Kevin P. High, MD
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Pharmacokinetics of drugs commonly used in transplantation:  change with aging and/or co-morbidities
Article One
Article Two
Pamala A. Jacobson, PharmD
University of Minnesota

Immune suppression protocols and aging
Jagbir Gill, BSc, MD
University of British Columbia

Infections in transplant recipients:  impact of aging
Minh-Hong Nguyen, MD
University of Pittsburgh

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Discussion Topic III:  Donor selection issues and aging
Expanded Criteria Donors and Age Recipients
Rohit Loomba, MD, Moderator
University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine

Aged living donors vs. aged recently deceased donors
Jane C. Tan, MD
Stanford University School of Medicine

Organ allocation in the elderly:  expanded criteria donors and aged recipients-abdominal
John R. Lake, MD
University of Minnesota

Organ allocation in the elderly:  expanded criteria donors and aged recipients-thoracic
David W. Zaas, MD
Duke University School of Medicine

Recent Controversies in Kidney Allocation:  An Update
John Friedewald, MD
Northwestern University

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Discussion Topic IV: Recipient selection issues and aging
William R. Hazzard, MD
University of Washington
VA Puget Sound Health Care System

Cognitive screening/assessment and outcomes before transplantation
Article One
Article Two
Anne M. Murray, MD
University of Minnesota

Functional assessment
Michael J. Englesbe, MD
University of Michigan Medical School

Exercising Patients Before vs. After Transplant:  Gaps in Research
Erica L. Hartmann, MD
Piedmont Hospital

Psychosocial issues, support structure/caregiver environment
Mary Amanda Dew, PhD
University of Pittsburgh

Peri-operative management of patients with multiple co-morbid conditions
Preeti N. Malani, MD
University of Michigan Medical School

Counseling and risks and benefits of transplant in older adults
Peter P. Reese, MD
University of Pennsylvania

Moderator Wrap-Up/Group Discussion

Dinner Presentation:  “Healthcare utilization and associated cost of transplantation in the elderly”
Michael Abecassis, MD
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine


TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2012

Breakout Sessions on Organ Specific Issues:  Heart, Kidney, Liver, and Lung

Discussion Topic V:  Long-term outcomes of transplantation
Susan Nayfield, MD
University of Florida College of Medicine

Health-related quality of life, what matters to older transplant patients
Article One
Article Two
Lianne G. Singer, MD
University of Toronto

Long-term outcomes and “accelerating” age-related co-morbidity:  cardiovascular disease
Jeffrey Hosenpud, MD
Mayo Clinic

Long-term outcomes and accelerating age-related co-morbidity:  cancer
Article One
Article Two
Eric A. Engels, MD
National Cancer Institute

Racial and ethnic disparities with long-term outcomes of transplant recipients
Winfred W. Williams, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital

Moderator Wrap-up/ Group Discussion

Report from Breakout Group Sessions

Working Lunch:  Wrap-up discussion, meeting summary, and next steps
Kevin P. High, MD
Wake Forest University School of Medicine 

 

 

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