Sutherland, David E MD, PhD Surgery University of Minnesota University of Minnesota University of Minnesota (Clinical Transplantation) David Sutherland, M.D., Ph.D. Best Doctors in America®, 2011-2012. Dr. Sutherland performed the world's first living-donor partial pancreas transplant in 1979. Still one of the world's leading pancreas transplant surgeons, his specialties include pancreas and kidney transplant, pancreatic surgery and general surgery.

Pancreas surgery; Auto islet cell transplantation for chronic pancreatitis; Islet cell transplantation for diabetes; Transplantation of kidney, pancreas and islets

Transplant Surgeon English UMP - Image - Size 3 - sutherland david MED - Image - Size 2 - SDI_Sutherland Medical School - University of Minnesota
Residency - University of Minnesota
Fellowship - University of Minnesota Professor Emeritus, Department of Surgery
Founding Director Emeritus, Schulze Diabetes Institute
Dobbs Diabetes Research Chair Solid organ transplant

Dr. Sutherland performed the world's first living-donor partial pancreas transplant in 1979. Still one of the world's leading pancreas transplant surgeons, his specialties include pancreas and kidney transplant, pancreatic surgery and general surgery. Dr. Sutherland's clinical interests include pancreas surgery, auto islet cell transplantation for chronic pancreatitis and islet cell transplantation for diabetes.

612-625-5609 dsuther@umn.edu 612-672-7422 Curriculum vitae /UMPCANCER/providers/sutherland-david-e-md-phd/AHC_CONTENT_342956

Carlson, A., Gruessner, A., Hering, B., and Sutherland, D. Is islet size an important predictor of sustained insulin-independence following islet auto-transplantation (IAT) after total pancreatectomy (TP) for chronic pancreatitis: a study of long-term outcomes. Xenotransplantation 14[5], 430. 2007.

Bellin, M., Carlson, A., Kobayashi, T, Gruessner, A., Hering, B., Moran, A., and Sutherland, D. Outcomes after pancreatectomy and autoislet transplantation in a pediatric population. Xenotransplantation 14[5], 431. 2007.

Gupta, K., Carlson, A., Kobayashi, T, Manivel, C., Lai, R., Mallery, S., Sutherland, D, and M.L.Freeman. Endoscopic ultrasound in minimal change chronic pancreatitis: is it an ideal diagnostic tool? Correlation of EUS criteria with histopathology in patients undergoing total pancreatectomy with autologus islet cell transplantation. Pancreas 35[4], 405. 2007.

Carlson, A., Blondet, J, Gruessner, A., Bellin, M., Hering, B., Beilman, G., and Sutherland, D. Pancreatectomy (P) and Islet Autotransplantation (IAT) for Chronic Pancreatitis (CP). Pancreas 35[4], 395. 2007.

Meneu Diaz, J. C., Vicente-Lopez, E., and Sutherland, DER. [Trasplante pancreatico heterotopico con injerto total vascularizado (organo completo). Rev.Clin.Esp. 203[2], 77-79. 2002.

Humar, A, Khwaja, K, and Sutherland, DER. Pancreas Transplantation. Humar, A, Matas, A, and Payne, W. Atlas of Organ Transplantation. [5], 133-196. 2006. Springer-Verlag London Limited.

Gruessner, A., Sutherland, D, and Gruessner, R. Impact of Recipient Comorbidity on Pancreas Transplant Outcome. Xenotransplantation 14[5], 413-414. 2007.

Sutherland, D, Gruessner, A., Carlson, A., Balamurugan, A, Ansite, J., Gilmore, T, Matsumoto, S., Yonekawa, Y, Tanaka, T., and Hering, B. Minimum Islet Mass Required to Achieve and Maintain Insulin Independence after Total Pancreatectomy and Islet Autotransplantation. Xenotransplantation 14[5], 400. 2007.

Carlson, A., Gruessner, A., Hering, B., and Sutherland, D. Long-Term (10-16 Years) Insulin-Independence in Patients Given an Islet Auto-Transplant (IAT) after Total Pancreatectomy (TP) to Treat Painful Chronic Pancreatitis (CP). Xenotransplantation 14[5], 398-399. 2007.

Carlson, A., Gruessner, A., Hering, B., and Sutherland, D. Long-Term (10-16 Years) Insulin-Independence in Patients Given an Islet Auto-Transplant (IAT) after Total Pancreatectomy (TP) to Treat Painful Chronic Pancreatitis (CP). Xenotransplantation 14[5], 398-399. 2007.

Hering, B., Parkey, J., Kandaswamy, R, Jevne, R., Snead, D, Lervik, B., Harmon, J., Tanaka, T., Papas, K, Pakala, P, and Sutherland, D. Analysis of Long-Term Islet Allograft Function in Recipients with Type 1 Diabetes Given Depleting T-Cell Antibodies for Induction Immunosuppression. Xenotransplantation 14[5], 398. 2007.

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