- ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Surgery
Dr. Gondolesi earned his M.D. from the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the National University of La Plata in Argentina. He went on to complete a residency in General Surgery at the Pavilion Finochietto of the "General San Martin" Hospital in La Plata. During his residency, he was also an assistant rotating resident in kidney transplant at the Institute of Solid Organ Transplant of the Jose Maria Mainetti Foundation and a researcher at the Organ Transplant Laboratory at the Faculty of Medical Sciences where he developed models of ischemia and reperfusion, and liver transplant in mice and pigs. He completed a fellowship in Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation at the Favaloro Fundacion in Buenos Aires followed by a fellowship in Multiorgan Transplantation here at Mount Sinai.
Among Dr. Gondolesi's many honors are the gold medal from the National University of La Plata as recognition for best graduating student, the La Plata Rotary Club Prize for performance in the field of Medicine in 1996 and the Professor Federico E. Christmann Prize for best paper at the Society of Surgery of La Plata.
Among Dr. Gondolesi's many society memberships are the Argentine Association of Surgery, The American Association of Transplant Surgeons, The Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, and International Hepato-Bilio-Pancreatic Association, as well as the American Medical Association.
Dr. Gondolesi's areas of interest include adult and pediatric intestinal transplants, adult and pediatric liver transplant, specifically segmental liver transplant (living related liver transplants and splits.)
After conducting the Intestinal Transplant Program at Mount Sinai he returned to Argentina in March 2006 where he will assume the position of Director, of the Intestinal Transplant and Rehabilitation program at Fundacion Favaloro.
Dr. Gondolesi was distinguished with a position as Adjunct Assistant Professor in our institution to be able to develop joint efforts in intestinal transplantation.
Professor Federico E. Christmann Prize
Society of Surgery of La Plata
Rotary Club La Plata
Scholarship to Munich and Frankfurt (Germany)
Ovide Software and the Solid Organ Transplantation Institute (Jose Maria Mainetti Foundation)
Gold Medal at medical school graduation
Scholarship in the Organ Transplantation Laboratory, Surgery Chair B
Scholarship for Qualification and Background
Amalia Lacroze De Fortabat Foundation
Scholarship for Qualification and Background
Perez Companc Foundation
Fourth Prize for the Paper
Dr. Gondolesi's current research focuses on areas of ischemia and reperfusion injury; living related liver transplantation, both adult and pediatric; liver regeneration and hemodynamics on the right and left lobe graft, and the impact of using LDLT in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma.
In intestinal transplant, Dr. Gondolesi is currently running a prospective study to evaluate the value of Citrulline as a blood marker of intestinal dysfunction (rejection vs viral enteritis).\r\n\r\n
Gondolesi GE, Munoz L, Matsumoto C, Fishbein T, Sheiner P, Emre S, Miller C, Schwartz ME. Hepatocellular carcinoma: a prime indication for living donor liver transplantation. J Gastrointest Surg 2002 Jan-Feb; 6(1): 102-7.
Gondolesi G, Fishbein T, Chehade M, Tschernia A, Magid M, Kaufman S, Raymond K, Sansaricg C, Leleiko N. Serum citrulline is a potential marker for rejection of intestinal allografts. Transplant Proc 2002 May; 34(3): 918-20.
Florman S, Gondolesi GE, Schiano T, Tschernia A, Leleiko N, Kaufman SS, Fishbein T. Improved results in small bowel transplantation using sirolimus. Transplant Proc 2002 May; 34(3): 936.
Gondolesi GE, Florman S, Matsumoto C, Huang R, Fishbein TM, Sheiner PA, Schwartz ME, Emre S, Thung S, Shapiro R, Miller CM. Venous hemodynamics in living donor right lobe liver transplantation. Liver Transpl 2002 Sep; 8(9): 809-13.
Gondolesi GE, Lausada N, Schinella G, Semplici AM, Vidal MS, Luna GC, Toledo J, Debuschiazzo PM, Raimondi JC. Reduction of ischemia-reperfusion injury in parenchymal and nonparenchymal liver cells by donor treatment with DL-alpha-tocopherol prior to organ harvest. Transplant Proc 2002 Jun; 34(4): 1086-91.
Fishbein TM, Kaufman SS, Florman SS, Gondolesi GE, Schiano T, Kim-Schluger L, Magid M, Harpaz N, Tschernia A, Leibowitz A, Leleiko N. Isolated intestinal transplantation: proof of clinical efficacy. Transplantation 2003 Aug; 76(4): 636-640.
Fishbein TM, Gondolesi GE, Kaufman SS. Intestinal transplantation for gut failure [review]. Gastroenterology 2003 May; 124(6): 1615-28.
Yoshizumi T, Gondolesi GE, Bodian CA, Jeon H, Schwartz ME, Fishbein TM, Miller CM, Emre S. A simple new formula to assess liver weight. Transplant Proc 2003 Jun; 35(4): 1415-20.
Kaufman SS, Chatterjee NK, Fuschino ME, Magid MS, Gordon RE, Morse DL, Herold BC, Leleiko NS, Tschernia A, Florman SS, Gondolesi GE, Fishbien TM. Calicivirus enteritis in an intestinal transplant recipient. Am J Transplant 2003 June; 3(6): 764-8.
Fishbein TM, Florman S, Gondolesi G, Decker R. Noncomposite simultaneous liver and intestinal transplantation. Transplantation 2003 Feb 27; 75(4): 564-5.
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