Daniela P Ladner, MD, MPH

Daniela P Ladner, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Surgery (Organ Transplantation) and Medical Social Sciences

Contact

312-695-1703

NMH/Arkes Family Pavilion Suite 1900
676 N Saint Clair
Chicago IL 60611

dladner( at )nmh.org

Hospital Affiliations

I am on the medical staff at the following Feinberg-affiliated hospital(s)

Education and Certification

MD: University of Zurich (1996)
MPH: Harvard School of Public Health (2008)
Postdoctoral Fellowship: Yale University (2001)
Residency: Stanford University Hospital, General Surgery (2006)
Fellowship: Stanford University Hospital (2008)
Board Certification: General Surgery

Interests

Description of Interests

My primary research presently focuses on the examination of safety vulnerabilities in kidney and liver transplantation. I have received a Dixon Innovation Award to study safety in kidney transplantation and am R01 funded to examine safety in living donor liver transplantation. Furthermore, I study geographic inequity in kidney organ allocation in close collaboration with NU Industrial Engineers. I serve as the Director of the Northwestern University Transplant Outcomes Research Collaborative (NUTORC) which reaches across campus to bring together disparate expertise in order to address pertinent questions in transplantation.

Interests (Keywords)

Cancer: Liver; Epidemiology; Patient Safety; Pediatrics; Public Health; Surgery; Transplantation

Research and Publications

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