George B. Mallory, MD
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
Medical Director Emeritus, Lung Transplant Program
Texas Children's Hospital
|Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh||fellowship||Pediatric Pulmonary||1983|
|Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh||residency||Pediatrics||1978|
|Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh||internship||Pediatrics||1975|
|Albert Einstein College of Medicine||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||1974|
In 2001, Dr. Mallory joined the Baylor College of Medicine pediatric faculty and with Dr Dean McKenzie helped to establish the TCH Lung Transplant Program. The program was approved in 2002. Since that time, the TCH Program has become the most active program in the world with 8 to 20 transplants performed per year with the lowest wait list death in the nation. Over the last ten years, the TCH program is one of only three programs consistently performing lung transplants in infants and young children. The number of original publications and review articles from members of the medical and surgical teams exceeds every other program over the last decade. Jeffrey Heinle MD is the surgical director of the program. Tina Melicoff-Portillo is poised to become the Medical Director in early 2018 as Dr Mallory moves toward emeritus status.
Since 2005, Dr. Mallory has also been medical director of the region's only pediatric pulmonary hypertension program, which was certified in 2017 as a pediatric clinical center by the Pulmonary Hypertension Association. Dr. Nidhy Varghese became the Medical Director in 2017 as Dr. Mallory stepped aside while staying active in the clinical and research activities of the program. Dr. Mallory turns 70 years of age in 2018 but is planning on contributing time, energy and expertise to the programs and the Pulmonology Section for at least two more years with an emphasis on lung transplantation and pulmonary hypertension.
Dr. Mallory is a dedicated editor and teacher. He co-edits the pediatric pulmonology section of UpToDate. He has been on the editorial Board of Pediatric Pulmonology over 25 years and reviews dozens of papers for several professional journals each year. He is heavily invested in the education of pediatric pulmonology fellows and pediatric residents at Texas Children's Hospital.
|American College of Chest Physicians||Member|
|American Thoracic Society||Member|
|Christian Medical and Dental Society||Member|
|International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation||Member|
|UpToDate (online textbook)||Co-editor, Pediatric Pulmonology Section, 2009 - present|
Guzman-Pruneda FA, Orr Y, Trost JG, Zhang W, Das S, Melicoff E, Maddox J, Nugent M, Mery CM, Schecter MG, Mallory GB, Morales DL, Heinle JS, McKensie ED. Bronchial artery revascularization and en bloc lung transplant in children. J Heart Lung Transplant 2016; 35: 122-129.
Abman SH, Hansmann G, Archer SL, Ivy DD, Adatia I, Chung WK, Hanna BD, Rosenzweig EB, Usha Raj J, Cornfield D, Stenmark KR, Steinhorn R, Thebaud B, Fineman JR, Kuehne T, Feinstein JA, Friedberg MK, Earing M, Barst JR, Keller RL, Kinsella JP, Mulllen, M, Deterding R, Kulik T, Mallory G, Humpl T, Wessel DL. Pediatric pulmonary hypertension: guidelines from the American Heart Association and American Thoracic Society. Circulation 2015; 132: 203702099.
Darland LK, Dinh KL, Kim S, Placencia JL, Varghese NP, Ruiz F, Mallory GB, Fernandes CJ. Evaluating the safety of intermittent intravenous sildenafil in infants with pulmonary hypertension. J Heart Lung Transplant 2017; 52: 232-237.
Hayes D Jr, Sweet SC, Benden C, Kopp BT, Goldfarb SB, Visner GA, Mallory GB, Tobias JD, Tumin D. Transplant center volume and outcomes in lung transplantation for cystic fibrosis. Transplant Intl 2017; 30: 371-377.
Burrage LC, Guillerman RP, Das S, Singh S, Schady DA, Morris SA, Walkiewicz M, Schecter MG, Heinle JS, Lotze TE, Lalani SR, Mallory GB. Lung transplantation for FLNA-associated progressive lung disease. J Pediatr 2017; 186: 118-123.
Awerbach JD, Mallory GB, Kim S, Cabrera AG. Hospital readmissions in children with pulmonary hypertension: a multi-institutional analysis. J Pediatr 2017, doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2017.11.027.
Scully BB, Goss M, Liu H, Keuht ML, Adachi I, McKenzie ED, Fraser CD, Melicoff E, Mallory GB, Heinle JS, Rana A. Waitlist outcomes in pediatric lung transplantation: poor results for children listed in adult lung transplant programs. J Heart Lung Transplant 2017; 36: 1201-1208.
Bruns AS, Lau P, Dhillon G, Hagan J, Kailin JA, Mallory GB, Lohmann P, Olutoye O, Ruano R, Fernandes CJ. Predictive value of oxygenation index for outcomes in left-sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia. J Pediatr Surg 2018
Rama JA, Fan LL, Faro A, et al. Lung transplantation for childhood diffuse lung disease. Pediatric Pulmonology 2013; 48: 490-6.