Dr. Miguel Tan
is a multi-organ transplant surgeon and serves as the surgical director
of kidney and pancreas transplantation at the Piedmont Transplant
Institute. Dr. Tan’s special interests include
pancreas transplantation, live donor/paired exchange kidney
transplantation and improving access to kidney transplantation in
was assistant professor of surgery in the Division of Transplantation
at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore before coming to Piedmont.
Dr. Tan received his medical degree and
completed his residency at McGill University in Montreal, Canada as well
as a research fellowship in experimental surgery at The Royal Victoria
Hospital Research Institute. He completed a clinical fellowship in
transplant surgery at the University of Minnesota.
is member of a number of international transplant societies including
the American Society of Transplant Surgeons, The Transplantation
Society, and The International Pancreas & Islet Transplant
Association. He also serves on the Scientific Oversight Committee of the
Alliance for Paired Donation.
Dr. Tan has numerous publications and book chapters on kidney and pancreas transplantation.
Education and Training
Medical School: McGill University
Internship: McGill University
Residency: McGill University Health Center
Fellowship: University of Minnesota