Scott L. Sanoff, M.D., MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine
MD: Case Western Reserve University
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My current interests include understanding which patient characteristics among the elderly predict outcomes in renal transplantation, and how to best tailor graft selection and immune suppression to optimize these outcomes. As the transplant population ages, there is an increasing need by patients and providers to understand how age contributes to success and failure in kidney transplantation. This understanding is essential to determining the risks and benefits of renal transplantation for each individual, communicating these risks and benefits for an informed decision making process, and to designing the optimal transplant regimen in the elderly.
Also of interest to me is the health policy that regulates access to health care for vulnerable, underserved populations. This includes provisions of Medicare and Medicaid that effect access to renal replacement therapies, including transplantation.
Sanoff S, Nachman P. Hematuria. In Runge MS and Greganti MA (eds.). Netter's Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, P.A. Elsevier.
Sanoff S. Case 32: Focal Segmental Glomerulo Sclerosis (FSGS). In Liles EA and Wardrop RW (eds.). The Carolina Case Book - Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Case Series. McGraw-Hill.
Campbell GA, Sanoff S, Rosner MH. Care of the undocumented immigrant in the United States with ESRD. Am J Kidney Dis. 2009;Sep 24.
Jennette C, Sanoff S. State initiatives aim to protect transplant recipients and increase organ donation. ASN Kidney News. May 2009, p.6-7.