Research InterestsLiver transplantation, organ preservation, immunosuppression, clinical trials
Clinical InterestsLiver, pancreas and kidney transplantation, hepatobiliary & pancreatic surgery
Dr. Greig is Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto where his academic and clinical focus is in Transplantation and HepatoPancreato-Biliary (HPB) Surgery. He is a Past President of the Canadian Society of Transplantation, former Chair of the Canadian Organ Replacement Register, and former Director of the Multiple Organ & Retrieval Programme of Toronto. He served as the Chair of the Perfusable Organs Subcommittee on the Canadian Standards for Cells Tissues and Organs for Transplantation Committee.
Dr. Greig is the Program Director of the Abdominal Organ Transplant Fellowship (accredited by the American Society of Transplant Surgeons) and the HPB Surgical Oncology Fellowship (accredited by The Fellowship Council). He is the Chair of the AHPBA Education & Training Committee and is the AHPBA representative to the Board of the Fellowship Council. He also represents the AHPBA on the Fellowship Council Curriculum Committee.
Dr. Greig’s research interests are in Liver Transplantation, in particular disease-specific outcomes and living-donor transplantation, and in HBP Surgical Oncology, in particular outcomes of the multidisciplinary management of hepatocellular carcinoma.