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CARL E. HAISCH, MD
Director of Surgical Education
Director, Surgical Immunology and Transplantation
Professor of Surgery
Adjunct Professor of Microbiology and Immunology

 

Address:
East Carolina University
Brody School of Medicine
Division of Transplant Surgery
4S10 Brody Building
Greenville, NC 27858-4354
Fax: 252.744.3021
Telephone: 252.744.2990

Current Professional and Academic appointments:
Director, Surgical Immunology and Transplantation 1992-Present

Associate Surgical Residency Program Director, ECU School of Medicine 1998-Present

Director of Surgical Education, ECU School of Medicine 1998-Present

Professor of Surgery and Adjunct professor of Microbiology and Immunology 1997-Present


Medical Education:

Undergraduate:
George Fox College BA 1969

University of Washington MD 1973

Postgraduate:

  • Internal Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine Internship 1973-74
  • General Surgery, University of Illinois Hospitals Internship 1974-75
  • University of Illinois Hospital Residency 1975-76
  • East Carolina University Residency, General Surgery 1978-79
  • Episcopal Hospital Residency, General Surgery 1981-83
  • University of Washington Fellowship, Burns, Trauma, Pulmonary Research 1976-78
  • East Carolina University Fellowship, Transplant and Vascular Surgery Research 1979-81
  • Albany Medical College Fellowship, Clinical Transplantation 1983-84


Clinical Interests:

  • Transplantation
  • Transplantation in African-Americans
  • Critical care
  • Vascular access
  • Trauma


Research:

Interests:

  • Role of vascular endothelium in cell mediated xenogenic responses
  • Tolerance in xenotransplantation
  • Organ and tissue donor potential among injury fatalities
  • Non-heart beating organ donation

Activities:
"Living Donation in the African-American Community" Ortho Biotech

"Role of the Vascular Endothelium in Cell Mediated Xenogeneic Responses" ECU Starter Grant

"Cold Preservation of Canine Kidneys" Abbott Laboratories

"Organ Preservation for Transplantation" Abbott Laboratories

Publications:

Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Haisch CE, Verbanac K. Immunity and the Immunocompromised Patient, In Modern Surgical Care: Physiologic Foundations. Miller, Thomas (ed), Quality Medical Publishing, Inc. 1997.

Brasile, Lauren, Green, Ernie, and Haisch, Carl. Ex Vivo Resuscitation of Kidneys After Postmortem Warm Ischemia. ASAIO Journal. 43(5): M427-M430, September-October, 1997.

Eckhoff, Devin E, Haisch, Carl E, Contreras, Juan L, Thomas, Francis T, Robbins, Michelle, and Thomas, Judith M. Experience with Renal Transplantation in the Non-Human Primate: A Modified Ureteroneocystostomy to Prevent Urologic Complications. Journal  Investigative Surgery, 13(5) 247-251 Sept-Oct, 2000.

Eckhoff, Devin E, Haisch, Carl E, Contreras, Juan L, Thomas, Francis T, Robbins, Michelle, and Thomas, Judith M. Experience with Renal Transplantation in the Non-Human Primate: A Modified Ureteroneocystostomy to Prevent Urologic Complications. Journal  Investigative Surgery, 13(5) 247-251 Sept-Oct, 2000.

Philpott, Jonathan M, Ng, Peter C, Wixon, Christopher L, Hoey, Brian A, Kiesnowski, Brian, Crombie, Courtney H, Walker, Jamie S, Meade, Paul G, Foil, Beth and Haisch, Carl E. Rectal Blowout by Personal Watercraft Water Jet-A Case Report and Review of Literature, Journal of Trauma 47(2):385-388.

Arnold, AN, Hurwitz, RL, Taylor, DA, Haisch, CE, and Rebellato, LM. African-American Recipients of Kidneys From Living Donors Have Similar Graft Survival as Non-African-American Recipients, Human Immunology 61(2):S75, October, 2000.

Stubenistky, Bart, Booster, Maurits, Brasile, Lauren, Araneda, Dorian, Haisch, Carl, and Kootstra Gauke. Exsanguinous Metabolic Support Perfusion-A New Strategy to Improve Graft Function After Kidney Transplantation. Transplantation, 70(8):1254-1258, October, 2000.

Coleman, TS, Pittman, HK, Purser, SM, Haisch, CE, Verbanac, KM. Human T-Cell-Porcine Endothelial Cell Interactions Induce Human Th1 Cytokines and Porcine Activation Markers. Journal of Surgical Research, 97)2): 184-191, May 15, 2001.

Brasile, L., Stubenitsky, B, Booster, M., Green, E, Haisch, C, and Kootstra, G. Application of Exsanguineous Metabolic Support to Human Kidneys. Transplant Proceedings, 33:964-965, 2001

Stubenitsky,B.M., Booster, M.H., Brasile, L., Araneda, D., Haisch, C.E., and Koostra, G. Pretransplantation Prognostic Testing on Damaged Kidneys During Ex Vivo Warm Perfusion. Transplantation, 71(5):, March 16, 2001, I n Press.


National/Regional Presentations:
"Preventive Aspects in Related Health Problems, Renal Transplantation in African Americans: Access and Outcomes." CE Haisch, Presenter. Key West, Florida, March 14-15, 1997.

Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma. "Cyclooxygenase-2 Inhibitor (NS-398) Improves Survival and Restores Leukocyte Counts in Burn Infection." CE Haisch, Presenter. January 15, 1998.