Isaac Hall, MD, MS

Transplant Advisory Committee Member

Dr. Hall is an academic transplant nephrologist and physician-scientist at the Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine at the University of Utah. He grew up in the rural Four Corners area of New Mexico and obtained a BA in mathematics from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado and an MD from the University of New Mexico. He completed internal medicine residency, nephrology fellowship, and an MS in Epidemiology and Public Health from Yale University. During nephrology and research training, he received additional specialized training in transplant nephrology at Yale-New Haven Hospital. His clinical interests involve all aspects of kidney and pancreas transplantation including candidate evaluation for recipients and living donors, processes of care around organ procurement and quality assessment, and perioperative as well as long-term care of recipients and their donors. He has a motivating desire to help improve transplant access and outcomes for patients from disadvantaged backgrounds, especially rural Native American populations. Dr. Hall’s research and funding have been primarily focused on clinical characteristics, non-invasive biomarkers, and other tools to evaluate kidney allograft dysfunction and assess risks for poor kidney transplant outcomes.