Researchers at the Division of Transplantation Surgery
Organtransplantation. Liver cell transplantation.
Liver transplantation. Ischemia-reperfusion studies with microdialysis technique. Domino liver transplantation and liver transplantation of familiar amyloidotic polyneuropathy (FAP). Combined liver- and stemcell transplantation of liver cancer. Liver cell transplantation.
Immunology, immunosuppressive drugs, preclinical methods for pancreatic islet isolation characterization
Tolerance induction by cell therapy in liver transplantation, preclinical research for pancreatic islet isolation and transplantation.
Transplantation surgery orientation kidney transplantation. Pancreas transplantation and heart transplantation
Kidney transplantation, transplantation immunology, ABO-incompatibility, organ preservation, ischemia-reperfusion, immunosuppression, immunological tolerance, transplantation immunized patients, kidney exchange programs, pediatric transplantation, heart transplantation, patient compliance, renal medicine, xenotransplantation.
Organ donation,donation after circulatory death, liver transplantation, cell transplantation, transplantation surgery, chirurgia minor, medical student mentoring.
Carl Jorns’ research involves translational research in organ donation and transplantation as well as regenerative medicine. Current research projects include neonatal organ donation, experimental and clinical hepatocyte transplantation.
Current areas: Transplantation Immunology. Transplantation surgery. Biochemistry. Histology.
Previous areas: Physiology. Endocrinology. Anatomy. Basic research in cancer.
Current areas: Transplantation tolerance, novel immunosuppression treatments in allo- and xenotransplantation, organ machine perfusion, ischemia-reperfusion injury.
Previous areas: Parathyroid pathology. Basic research in diabetes.