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Education Core

The goal of the Comprehensive Transplant Center's Education Core is to provide the tools, experiences, expertise and infrastructure to teach and expand on a high level of knowledge in clinical, surgical and technical practices based on a fully-encompassing scope of issues pertaining to kidney, liver, pancreas, islet, small bowel and multiorgan, deceased and living donor, organ transplantation.

Fellowship Services

  • Curriculum creation
  • New program applications
  • Accreditation visit preparation
  • Organizational methodology
  • Orientation
  • Evaluations, documentation requirements
  • Educational conferences
  • Access to ASTS Academic Universe

Research Internships

Medical students interested in participating in clinical, outcomes or basic science research under the mentorship of our transplant faculty and scientists should see the T35 Northwestern Summer Research Program for Medical Students website.

Starting a Project

To discuss utilizing transplant-specific services of the Education Core, please contact Katie Crylen at 312-695-1892 or kcrylen@nm.org.

Education Core Brochure

To read additional information about this core, download the brochure.