Dr. David Mulligan is a multi-organ transplant surgeon trained at Baylor University with a heavy experience in liver transplantation, he have enjoyed an exciting and rewarding career. He returned to CWRU after fellowship in order to take my experiences to an area of need. Soon thereafter, he was recruited by the Mayo Clinic to build a multi-organ transplant program in Arizona. Following the pioneering spirit, our small team was able to assemble a wonderful and successful liver, kidney and pancreas transplant program to achieve the highest quality in the country after 14 years. He are also working on ways to develop a healthier, more integrated team and build self-care and resilience in our practice and for our patients across the entire Yale Health System.
Research Interest: Scientific and clinical research covers a broad array from basic science studies of ischemia/reperfusion injury and genomics of chronic allograft nephropathy to clinical modulation of immunosuppression to improve and extend organ function. He has extensive experience in living donation, especially, living donor liver transplantation, and has not only performed more than 200 living donor hepatectomies, but published our experiences and opinions