University of Alberta
Basic Science
Clinical, Animal models

University of Alberta


Experimental Surgery; Microbiology; Transplant Surgery;

Norman M. Kneteman, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACS

Professor of Surgery

University of Alberta

Director, Division of Transplantation

Zone Clinical Section Chief, Transplant

Director, Alberta Liver Transplant Program                    

Alberta Health Services

Edmonton, Alberta

Dr. Norman Kneteman trained in surgery at the University of Alberta and did his Fellowship in multi-organ transplantation at Washington University School of Medicine  in St. Louis, Missouri. He is currently Professor of Surgery at the University of Alberta, Director, Division of Transplantation and Zone Clinical Section Chief, Transplants at University Hospital/Alberta Health Services. He heads the Alberta Liver Transplant Program and performed the first liver transplant at the University Hospital in 1989. He is also a practicing hepatobiliary/pancreatic/transplant surgeon. Current research interests include the role of liver transplantation in the treatment of HCC and development and evaluation of therapy for hepatitis C in a mouse model.