Zain I. Khalpey, MD, PhD, MRCS

Surgical Director, Heart Transplant and Mechanical
Circulatory Support Program
Director, Ex Vivo Lung Program
Director, Clinical and Translational Research
Director, CAPTURED (Cardiopulmonary Stem Cell Biobank)
Associate Professor, Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Associate Professor, Medical Imaging
Associate Professor, Surgery
Associate Professor, Medicine
Board Certifications: 
American Board of Thoracic Surgery Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery
Degrees: 
PhD: Imperial College, University of London, United Kingdom, 2012
MRCS, AFRCS (I): Royal College of Surgeons, 2002
MD: King's College of London, University of London, 1998
BS (Hons): Imperial College, University of London, England, 1995
Fellowships: 
Mayo Clinic Research Fellowship, Transplant Biology, 2004
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School Research Fellowship, Transplant Biology, 2005
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Clinical Fellowship, Cardiac Surgery ICU, 2006
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Clinical Fellowship, Cardiothoracic Surgery, 2012
Mechanical Circulatory Support, Columbia University, Clinical Superfellowship, 2012
Honors and Awards: 
Hunterian Medal for Surgery, Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons of Great Britain, Royal College of Surgeons, London, England, 2010
Hunterian Professor of Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons. London, England, 2005
British Cardiac Society Fellowship: John Parker Award, 2004
International Fujisawa Transplantation Fellowship, Fujisawa, 2003
Winston Churchill Fellowship, Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, 2003
Mayo Clinic Scholarship, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 2003
Young Inves Award: European Society for the study of purine & pyrimidine metabolism in man, 2003
International Xenotransplantation Fellowship, Glasgow, 2003
The International Lancet Award, The Lancet, 2003
Boeringher Ingelheim Fonds International Fellowship, Boeringher Ingelheim Fonds, Germany, 2003
International Fujisawa Fellowship, Fujisawa, 2003
UNESCO - Molecular and Cell Biology International Fellowship, United Nations, 2003
Charles Foster Merit Prize in Cardiology, Irvine Prize for Geriatric Medicine, University London, 1998
Residencies: 
Royal Brompton Hospital NHS Trust, 2000
St. Mary's Hospital, 2001
Addenbrooks Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge University, 2002
The Harley Street Clinic, 2003
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 2010