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- Dr. Francis Delmonico Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School Visiting Surgeon,Transplantation Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital Vice President/President Elect, United Network for Organ Sharing
- Sommer Gentry With the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- Dr. Robert Montgomery Chief, Division of Transplantation; director, Comprehensive Transplant Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital
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