Department of Surgery

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Timothy R. Billiar, MD
George Vance Foster Professor and Chair, Department of Surgery
412-647-1749
Interests
mechanisms involved in acute cellular and organ injury in inflammatory states such as shock, trauma, and sepsis
Vernissia Tam, MD
General Surgery Resident (PGY-4 - Lab)
Henkie P. Tan, MD, PhD, FACS, FAST
Associate Professor of Surgery
412-692-4552
Interests
clinical research; human immunology; immunological tolerance
Daolin Tang, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Surgery
412-623-7789
Interests
regulation, function, and role of DAMPs in cancer and inflammation
Cindy Teng, MD
General Surgery Resident (PGY-2)
Amit D. Tevar, MD, FACS
Associate Professor of Surgery
412-647-5734
Interests
role of B cells in the progression of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis liver disease
Angus W. Thomson, PhD, DSc
Distinguished Professor of Surgery and Immunology
412-624-1116
Interests
roles of dendritic cells and T cells in immune regulation and the promotion of transplant tolerance
Sandra Thornburg
Administrative Assistant, General Surgery Residency Program
412-647-1355
Bryan W. Tillman, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
412-802-3333
Interests
aneurysm repair; novel stents to improve donor organ recovery and to control traumatic hemorrhage
Samer T. Tohme, MD
General Surgery Resident (PGY-5)
Crisanto M. Torres, MD
General Surgery Resident (PGY-4)
Lillian Tran, MD
General Surgery Resident (PGY-2)
Allan Tsung, MD
Professor and UPMC Chair in Surgery
412-692-2001
Interests
innate immune activation in ischemic liver injury; tumor microenvironment in metastatic liver cancer; HCC signaling pathways in development and progression; liver cancer therapy
Neill J. Turner, PhD
Research Assistant Professor of Surgery
412-624-5272
Interests
role of decellularized extracellular matrix in limb and muscle regeneration
Hēth Turnquist, PhD
Assistant Professor of Surgery and Immunology
412-624-6695
Interests
cytokine and regulatory cell networks in transplantation
Edith Tzeng, MD
Professor of Surgery
412-802-3025
Interests
angiogenesis; vascular injury; wound healing; aortic aneurysm formation; post-stenting restenosis