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Andrew Cameron

Andrew M. Cameron MD, PhD

Professor of Surgery and Chief of Transplantation, Department of Surgery, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland

Andrew M. Cameron was born at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and raised in Baltimore. He attended Harvard College and the Johns Hopkins Medical School before completing his surgical training at the Massachusetts General Hospital and UCLA. He returned to Hopkins in 2006 and now serves as Professor of Surgery, Director of the Adult and Pediatric Liver Transplant Programs and Chief of the Division of Transplantation, as well as Executive Vice Director for the Department of Surgery. Besides his clinical interests in alcoholic liver disease, Dr. Cameron has an NIH-funded basic science laboratory studying stem cells and the liver as well as efforts to increase organ donor registration using social media.

Disclosures

Dr. Cameron has no relevant disclosures.