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Maria Kaisar

DPhil candidate

I am reading for a DPhil in the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, University of Oxford under the supervision of Professor Rutger J Ploeg. I have a background in medical research, most recently as a research scientist for NHS Blood and Transplant.  My current research interest focuses on donor organ quality and organ preservation and my DPhil project aims to identify novel markers of ischemic injury that donor organs undergone during the donation process, markers of deterioration during organ preservation and therapeutic targets of intervention during organ donation and preservation. 

In parallel to my research activities I hold the position of Translational Research Co-ordinator in the National Management Team of Quality in Organ Donation (QUOD) Consortium sponsored by NHS Blood and Transplant and I am a participant in the COPE consortium as a Translational Research Scientist.

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