Mr Nizam Mamode is a Professor of Transplant Surgery who works in the Nephrology department. His team has the largest programme in Europe, with around 50 paediatric transplants a year. He specialises in complex cases, with children referred from around the UK and overseas when centres have deemed transplantation to be impossible.
He has set up the only paediatric antibody incompatible transplantation programme, which allows transplantation of children who have developed antibodies from previous transplantation, or whose blood groups do not match their donor.
He has introduced the first programme in the world for 3D printing copies of donor organs and children’s abdomens, in order to help plan surgical approaches in difficult cases.
He runs several large, national studies and recently performed the UK’s first robotic transplant. He has published over 70 papers, one book and three book chapters on transplantation. Mr Mamode is on the editorial board for the journal ‘Transplantation’ as well as an expert reviewer for the Centre for Evidence in Transplantation and a reviewer for the American Journal of Transplantation, Transplant International and Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation.
Pediatric kidney transplantation, particularly complex cases
• Blood group incompatible transplantation
• HLA incompatible transplantation
• Pancreas transplantation
Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy
- MB ChB
- MD (Glasgow) on factors influencing perioperative myocardial infarction in vascular patients
- FRCS (Gen)
- Member of the Council of the British Transplant Society
- Member of the Renal Transplant Clinical Reference Group (which advises NHSE), and am Innovation Lead
- Chair of the NHSBT Living Donor Kidney Transplantation Implementation Steering Group Higher Immune Risk sub-group and a member of the Donor Welfare sub-group
- Treasurer (and member of the Executive) for the Kidney Committee section of the European Society of Transplantation, which represents the views of those involved in renal transplantation throughout Europe
- Member of the College of Experts for the NIHR HTA programme
- Specialist Adviser to NICE
- Treasurer of the European Kidney Transplant Association
- Antibody incompatible transplantation
- Minimally invasive surgery
- B cell depletion
- Psychosocial aspects of living donation
- 3D printing in paediatric transplantation
News & Publications
Gare, R., Gogalniceanu, P., Maple, H., Burnapp, L., Clarke, A., Williams, L., Norton, S., Chilcot, J., Gibbs, P., Mitchell, A., McCrone, P., Draper, H., Mamode, N. 2017. Understanding barriers and outcomes of unspecified (non-directed altruistic) kidney donation from both professional's and patient's perspectives: research protocol for a national multicentre mixed-methods prospective cohort study. BMJ Open. 7(9).
Mamode, N., Marks, S.D. 2017. Paediatric renal transplantation: moving forward in the field. Pediatr Nephrol. 32(11).
Maple, H., Chilcot, J., Weinman, J., Mamode, N. 2017. Psychosocial wellbeing after living kidney donation - a longitudinal, prospective study. Transpl Int. 30(10) pp. 987-1001.
Chandak, P., Kessaris, N., Callaghan, C.J., Calder, F., Stojanovic, J., Olsburgh, J., Drage, M., Hume-Smith, H., Ahmed, Z., Adamusiak, A., Roebuck, D., Forman, C., Marks, S.D., Mamode, N. 2017. Insights in Transplanting Complex Pediatric Renal Recipients with Vascular Anomalies. Transplantation. 101(10) pp. 2562-2570.
Manook, M., Koeser, L., Ahmed, Z., Robb, M., Johnson, R., Shaw, O., Kessaris, N., Dorling, A., Mamode, N. 2017. Post-listing survival for highly sensitised patients on the UK kidney transplant waiting list, a matched cohort analysis. Lancet. 389(10070) pp. 727-734.
Adamusiak, A.M., Stojanovic, J., Shaw, O., Vaughan, R., Sebire, N.J., Drage, M., Kessaris, N., Marks, S.D., Mamode, N. 2016. Desensitization protocol enabling pediatric crossmatch-positive renal transplantation: successful HLA-antibody-incompatible renal transplantation of two highly sensitized children. Pediatr Nephrol.
Mamode, N., Calder, F. 2016. Improving outcomes in dialysis fistulae. Lancet. 388(10049) pp. 1029-30.
Stojanovic, J., Adamusiak, A., Kessaris, N., Chandak, P., Ahmed, Z., Sebire, N.J., Walsh, G., Jones, H.E., Marks, S.D., Mamode, N. 2016. Immune Desensitization Allows Pediatric Blood Group Incompatible Kidney Transplantation. Transplantation.
Mamode, N., Marks, S.D. 2016. Desensitization protocols for prospective pediatric renal transplant recipients. Pediatr Nephrol. 31(10) pp. 1549-51.
Couzi, L., Perera, R., Manook, M., Barnett, A.N., Shaw, O., Kessaris, N., Marks, S.D., Dorling, A., Mamode, N. 2015. Incidence and Outcome of C4d Staining with Tubulointerstitial Inflammation in Blood Group-incompatible Kidney Transplantation. Transplantation. 99(7) pp. 1487-94.
Couzi, L., Manook, M., Perera, R., Shaw, O., Ahmed, Z., Kessaris, N., Dorling, A., Mamode, N. 2015. Difference in outcomes after antibody-mediated rejection between abo-incompatible and positive cross-match transplantations. Transpl Int. 28(10) pp. 1205-15.
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