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Paul J. Campsen, M.D.

Clinical Details

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(801) 585-2708 Huntsman Cancer Hospital
1950 Circle of Hope
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
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(801) 581-2634 University Hospital
Transplant Center
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
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(801) 585-2708 University Hospital
General Surgery, Clinic 5
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
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Bio

Paul Jeffery Campsen, MD, is the Surgical Director of Pancreas Transplantation at the University of Utah. He practices at the University Hospital, Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), and Primary Children's Medical Center.

Dr. Campsen specializes in hepatobiliary surgery as well as transplantation of the liver, kidney, and pancreas. His clinical and research focus is in the surgical management of liver, biliary tract, and pancreas diseases as well as pre-cursing conditions leading to end-stage organ failure. Dr. Campsen completed fellowships in adult and pediatric multi-organ transplantation, as well as hepatobiliary surgery, at the University of Colorado. He received his medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School.

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Surgery - Assistant Professor
Pediatrics - Adjunct Assistant Professor
Academic Divisions General Surgery
Pediatric Gastroenterology
Board Certification American Board of Surgery

Academic Profile

Research Interests

  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis
  • Hepatitis B
  • Pancreas Transplantation
  • Liver Diseases
  • Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Surgery - Assistant Professor
Pediatrics - Adjunct Assistant Professor
Academic Divisions General Surgery
Pediatric Gastroenterology
Board Certification American Board of Surgery

Academic Office Locations

Academic Office Phone Number Academic Office Address
(801) 585-2708 School of Medicine
Department of Surgery
30 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Academic Bio

Dr. Campsen received his Bachelor of Arts from James Madison University and his Doctor of Medicine from Eastern Virginia Medical School. He completed his residency in General Surgery at the University of Colorado. Following his residency, Dr. Campsen stayed at the University of Colorado, home of the 1st liver transplant, for his Fellowship in adult and pediatric Multiorgan Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Surgery. Here, he gained expertise in the surgical management of liver, biliary, renal, and pancreatic diseases. Further, he was trained in living donor liver transplantation. Dr. Campsen has spent the last 2 years as faculty at Baylor University Medical Center and Sammons Cancer Center in Dallas, Texas, where he developed a robust practice specializing in transplant surgery for diseases of the liver, kidney, and the pancreas. Further, he was made Surgical Director of the Laparoscopic Live Donor Kidney Transplant Program. Finally, his practice also included complex hepatobiliary surgery. Dr. Campsen’s research has focused on cholestatic diseases of the liver including PSC, PBC, and AIH. Most recently, he was the lead investigator of a multi-center study focusing on the success of liver transplant for combined hepatocellular cancer and HBV related liver disease. Dr. Campsen is the new Surgical Director of Pancreas Transplantation at the University of Utah. His clinical practice will span the University Hospital, the Huntsman Cancer Institute and Primary Children’s Medical Center. Through his experience and expertise, Dr. Campsen will fortify the University’s ability to treat diseases of the liver, biliary tract, kidney and pancreas.

Education

Education History

Type School Degree
Fellowship University of Colorado Denver
Abdominal Transplant
Fellow
Residency University of Colorado Denver
General Surgery
Resident
Professional Medical Eastern Virginia Medical School
Medicine
M.D.
Graduate Training Eastern Virginia Medical School
Biomedical Sciences
M.S.
Undergraduate James Madison University
History / Biology (major/minor). Graduate with Distinction.
B.A.

Publications

Selected Provider Publications

Journal Article

  1. Minimally invasive aortic valve replacement with orthotopic liver transplantation: report of a case.Harrison JD, Selzman CH, Thiesset HF, Box T, Hutson WR, Lu JK, Campsen J, Sorensen JB, Kim RD (2013). Minimally invasive aortic valve replacement with orthotopic liver transplantation: report of a case. Surg Today.
  2. Liver transplantation for hepatitis B liver disease and concomitant hepatocellular carcinoma in the United States with hepatitis B immunoglobulin and nucleoside/nucleotide analogues.LID - 10.1002/lt.23703 [doi]Campsen J, Zimmerman M, Trotter J, Hong J, Freise C, Brown R, Cameron A, Ghobrial M, Kam I, Busuttil R, Saab S, Holt C, Emond J, Stiles J, Lukose T, Chang M, Klintmalm G (2013). Liver transplantation for hepatitis B liver disease and concomitant hepatocellular carcinoma in the United States with hepatitis B immunoglobulin and nucleoside/nucleotide analogues.LID - 10.1002/lt.23703 [doi]. Liver Transpl.
  3. Acute torsion of a retroperitoneal renal transplant mimicking renal vein thrombosis.Winter TC, Clarke AL, Campsen J (2013). Acute torsion of a retroperitoneal renal transplant mimicking renal vein thrombosis. Ultrasound Q, 29(3), 203-4.
  4. The response to methylene blue in patients with severe hypotension during liver transplantation.Cheng SS, Berman GW, Merritt GR, Hendrickse A, Fiegel MJ, Teitelbaum I, Campsen J, Wachs M, Zimmerman M, Mandell MS (2012). The response to methylene blue in patients with severe hypotension during liver transplantation. J Clin Anesth, 24(4), 324-8.
  5. Campsen J, Ray C, Zimmerman M, Mandell MS, Kaplan M, Kam I (2012). Diagnosis and correction of hepatic vena caval obstruction following liver transplantation. Indian Journal of Transplantation, 6(2), 1-4.
  6. Proteomic analysis of human mesenteric lymph.Dzieciatkowska M, Wohlauer MV, Moore EE, Damle S, Peltz E, Campsen J, Kelher M, Silliman C, Banerjee A, Hansen KC (2011). Proteomic analysis of human mesenteric lymph. Shock, 35(4), 331-8.
  7. Choledochoduodenostomy in pediatric liver transplantation.Campsen J, Zimmerman MA, Narkewicz MR, Sokol RJ, Mandell MS, Kam I, Dovel D, Karrer FM (2011). Choledochoduodenostomy in pediatric liver transplantation. Pediatr Transplant, 15(3), 237-9.
  8. A Decade of Experience Using mTor Inhibitors in Liver Transplantation.Campsen J, Zimmerman MA, Mandell S, Kaplan M, Kam I (2011). A Decade of Experience Using mTor Inhibitors in Liver Transplantation. J Transplant, 2011, 913094.
  9. Implications of a positive crossmatch in liver transplantation: A 20-year review.LID - 10.1002/lt.22474 [doi]Ruiz R, Tomiyama K, Campsen J, Goldstein RM, Levy MF, McKenna GJ, Onaca N, Susskind B, Tillery GW, Klintmalm GB (2011). Implications of a positive crossmatch in liver transplantation: A 20-year review.LID - 10.1002/lt.22474 [doi]. Liver Transpl.
  10. The influence of OKT3 therapy on hepatocellular carcinoma recurrence following liver transplantation.Zimmerman MA, Kelly MA, Campsen J, Mandell MS, Wachs M, Bak T, Skibba A, Lancaster B, Kam I (2010). The influence of OKT3 therapy on hepatocellular carcinoma recurrence following liver transplantation. Clin Transplant, 24(4), E103-8.
  11. Donor complications following laparoscopic compared to hand-assisted living donor nephrectomy: an analysis of the literature.Halgrimson WR, Campsen J, Mandell MS, Kelly MA, Kam I, Zimmerman MA (2010). Donor complications following laparoscopic compared to hand-assisted living donor nephrectomy: an analysis of the literature. J Transplant, 2010, 825689.
  12. Direct Anastomosis of the Donor Hepatic Artery to the Supraceliac Aorta without Extension Graft during Adult Liver Transplant in the Era of Extended Criteria Donors: Report of a Case.Campsen J, Russ P, Kam I (2010). Direct Anastomosis of the Donor Hepatic Artery to the Supraceliac Aorta without Extension Graft during Adult Liver Transplant in the Era of Extended Criteria Donors: Report of a Case. Case Report Med, 2010, 584631.
  13. Combined piggyback technique and cavoportal hemitransposition for liver transplant.Campsen J, Kam I (2010). Combined piggyback technique and cavoportal hemitransposition for liver transplant. Case Report Med, 2010, 595289.
  14. Choledochoduodenostomy is a safe alternative to Roux-en-Y choledochojejunostomy for biliary reconstruction in liver transplantation.Bennet W, Zimmerman MA, Campsen J, Mandell MS, Bak T, Wachs M, Kam I (2009). Choledochoduodenostomy is a safe alternative to Roux-en-Y choledochojejunostomy for biliary reconstruction in liver transplantation. World J Surg, 33(5), 1022-5.
  15. Hepaticoduodenostomy is an alternative to Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy for biliary reconstruction in live donor liver transplantation.Campsen J, Zimmerman MA, Mandell MS, Wachs M, Bak T, Forman L, Steinberg T, Kam I (2009). Hepaticoduodenostomy is an alternative to Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy for biliary reconstruction in live donor liver transplantation. Transplantation, 87(12), 1842-5.
  16. Liver transplantation for primary biliary cirrhosis: results of aggressive corticosteroid withdrawal.Campsen J, Zimmerman M, Trotter J, Wachs M, Bak T, Steinberg T, Kaplan M, Kam I (2009). Liver transplantation for primary biliary cirrhosis: results of aggressive corticosteroid withdrawal. Transplant Proc, 41(5), 1707-12.

Review

  1. The clinical value of early extubation.Mandell MS, Campsen J, Zimmerman M, Biancofiore G, Tsou MY (2009). The clinical value of early extubation. [Review]. Curr Opin Organ Transplant, 14(3), 297-302.

Book Chapter

  1. Campsen J (2011). Liver Resection. In Fleisher LA, Roizen MF (Ed.), Essence of Anesthesia Practice (3rd, p. 486). Saunders.
  2. Zimmerman MA, Campsen J (2011). Management of Budd-Chiari Syndrome. In Cameron JL, AM Cameron AM (Ed.), Current Surgical Therapy (10th, pp. 329-334).
  3. Campsen J, Zimmerman M, Bak T (2009). Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation. [Chapter 90]. In Harken A, Moore E (Ed.), Abernathy’s Surgical Secrets (6th, pp. 436-438). Mosby.
  4. Campsen J, Zimmerman M, Bak T (2009). Liver Transplantation. [Chapter 89]. In Harken A, Moore E (Ed.), Abernathy’s Surgical Secrets (6th, pp. 433-435). Mosby.
  5. Campsen J (In Press). Late Post-transplant Complications. In Ruiz R (Ed.), The BSTI Reference Manual (2nd Edition). Breinigsville, PA: Astellas.

Case Report

  1. Malpositioned transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt in the common hepatic duct leading to biliary obstruction and liver transplantation.Paterno F, Khan A, Cavaness K, Asolati M, Campsen J, McKenna GJ, Onaca N, Ruiz R, Trotter J, Klintmalm GB (2011). Malpositioned transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt in the common hepatic duct leading to biliary obstruction and liver transplantation. Liver Transpl, 17(3), 344-6.

Letter

  1. May-Thurner syndrome complicating left-sided renal transplant.Campsen J, Bang TJ, Kam I, Gupta R (2010). May-Thurner syndrome complicating left-sided renal transplant [Letter to the editor]. Transplantation, 89(7), 904-6.

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