Dr. Lynch is a liver and kidney transplant surgeon with a strong interest in promoting equity in access to care for organ donor and organ failure patients. He received his MD degree from Yale University and completed a general surgery residency at the University of Michigan and a fellowship in abdominal transplant surgery at Emory University. He is active with national procurement and transplant policy evaluation, and serves at the principal investigator on the NIH-funded VALOR grant in collaboration with the Veterans Health Administration and multiple organ procurement organizations.
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Medical School, Yale University School of Medicine - 2005
Fellowship, Transplant Surgery Emory University Hospital - 2014
Residency, General Surgery University of Michigan Health (Ann Arbor) - 2012
Internship, General Surgery University of Michigan Health (Ann Arbor) - 2006
- Equity in access to care for organ failure, transplant and donor patients
- American Society of Transplant Surgeons Vanguard Award, 2014
- Emory University 1% Award for NIH grant submissions (R01), 2021
- Atlanta’s Top Doctors, 2017-2023