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Juliet Emamaullee, United States

Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery
University of Southern California

Dr. Juliet Emamaullee is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery and Immunology at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine and an attending liver and kidney transplant surgeon at Keck Hospital and Children's Hospital-Los Angeles. She is also the Associate Chief, Division of Clinical Research, Department of Surgery. Dr. Emamaullee completed her PhD and MD degrees at the University of Alberta, followed by residency training in general surgery at Emory University and an abdominal organ transplant/HPB surgery fellowship at the University of Alberta. She is a surgeon-scientist with an NIH-funded translational immunobiology lab, exploring immunological phenotypes associated with liver transplant recipients. Dr. Emamaullee’s areas of expertise include computational biology, Fontan-associated liver disease, and living donor liver transplantation.

Dr. Emamaullee holds leadership roles in several surgical societies including the American College of Surgeons, American Society of Transplant Surgeons, American Society of Transplantation, and Association for Academic Surgery. She serves as Chair of the North American Living Liver Donation Innovation Group. She has >100 peer-reviewed publications, has received more than 50 awards, and has over $2 million in extramural funding including a National Cancer Institute K08 Award.

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