Transplant News is published for transplant centers, organ procurement organizations, tissue and eye banks, national and international transplant organizations, bone marrow organizations, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, insurance companies, lawyers, government employees, and others who need to monitor this rapidly changing field.
For transplant professionals, it is more important than ever to stay abreast of the latest news and developments in organ, tissue, cell, eye, and bone marrow procurement and transplantation. Often called the “space program of medicine,” transplantation is undergoing the most profound changes and advancements since the first successful living related kidney transplant was performed in Boston in 1954.
For communicators and publishers, the new media demand a new approach to curating and distributing up-to-the-minute information. Transplant News today embraces the latest digital methods of presenting vital news to the world transplantation community.
Jim Warren, Editor & Publisher, founded Transplant Communications, Inc., and launched Transplant News in 1990. Jim has more than 30 years experience as a writer, editor, and communicator in the transplant field. For 12 years he directed public relations for the National Kidney Foundation. He earned his MS in Journalism at Syracuse University.
Ron Mills, Digital Editor, has 30 years experience as a healthcare communicator and marketer. For the last 12 years he has specialized in venture creation, including device and drug startups in transplantation. Ron took his AM in English from Michigan.
Bob Kearney, Information Technologist, is a software engineer with over 40 years experience at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center. He holds advanced degrees in mathematics from the University of Wyoming and Penn State.
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