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Welcome to the Abdominal Organ Transplant Anesthesia (AOTA) Fellowship

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We are exceptionally proud of our fellowship program and we will do whatever we can to make your time at the Toronto General Hospital, fulfilling, enjoyable and successful. You will always be a part of the program and we hope this is the start of a relationship of learning and cooperation with the benefactors the people we serve.​

Headshot of Dr. Stuart McCluskeyStuart McCluskey​​​
MD, PhD, FRCPC
​Anesthesia Director

Daniel Sellers​​Dan​iel Sellers
MBBS, FRCA,​ FRCPC
Director of Education

Adam Snyman​​​Adam Snyman​
MB ChB, MMed (Anesth), FRCPC
Fellowship Co-Director​​​​

Headshot of Dr. Bilal AnsariBilal Ansari​
M​B BCh BAO, ​MD, FCARCSI, FRCPC
Fellowship Co-Director​​

Learn more about applying for the program.​​

​Clinical Curriculum

The Abdominal Organ Transplantation Anesthesia Fellowship is a program developed at Toronto General Hospital. The fellow will be actively involved in the perioperative and intraoperative care of patients undergoing liver transplant, kidney transplant, kidney-pancreas transplant and occasional "cluster" transplantation.​

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Current and Past Fellows

Our fellows come from all over the world and have very different backgrounds. They continued to be a resource for the program long after they leave our building and the plan it to continue to work together and support each other.

Meet the Fellows »​​​​​​​​ ​

ERAL​​​: Enhanced Recovery After Liver Transplantation (ERAL) Protocol

As with any surgical specialty we believe that patient management will benefit from a thorough and vital review of the literature. The plan is to continually update this Protocol or Program as more evidence becomes available.

​Learn more about ERAL »​​​​​

Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery

​Many of the surgical details of the complex cases performed at Toronto General Hospital ​can be found at the Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery (TVAS). This comprehensive atlas of surgical videos was started in 2010 as one of the Perioperative Interactive Education (PIE)’s many projects.​

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