Amit K. Mathur, M.D.

  1. General Surgeon


  1. Phoenix, Arizona



Amit K. Mathur, M.D., is a Transplant and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Arizona.

Areas of clinical expertise include:

  • Adult and pediatric liver transplantation
  • Kidney and pancreas transplantation
  • Living-donor liver transplantation
  • Living-donor kidney transplantation
  • Surgery of the liver, bile duct and pancreas for benign and malignant conditions

Dr. Mathur uses a combination of open, laparoscopic and other minimally invasive techniques to treat patients. He is also a member of the pediatric liver transplant team at Phoenix Children's Hospital.

In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Mathur has expertise in clinical outcomes and health services research. His research focuses on improving access to health care, health disparities, clinical outcomes and health care delivery in surgery, cancer, end organ failure and transplantation.

Dr. Mathur is passionate about his service to the field of organ transplantation. He currently serves on the UNOS/OPTN Minority Affairs Committee. He is a member of the editorial board of "Liver Transplantation" and is an invited reviewer for multiple surgical and transplant journals. He is a member of several esteemed surgical societies. He is also actively engaged in teaching and mentoring students, residents and fellows. He directs the Transplant Quality program at Mayo Clinic, Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona.

  1. Cholangiocarcinoma
  2. Gallbladder cancer
  3. Liver cancer
  4. Pancreatic cancer
  1. Kidney transplant
  2. Liver transplant
  3. Living-donor transplant
  4. Pancreas transplant
  • Adult and pediatric liver transplantation
  • Adult and pediatric kidney and pancreas transplantation
  • Living donor transplantation
  • Primary and metastatic liver cancer
  • Benign and malignant disorders of biliary tract and pancreas
  • Organ allocation
  • Health disparities in end organ failure
  • Clinical outcomes in transplantation
  • Health services research in end organ failure
  1. 2014
    Fellow/Clinical Lecturer - Multi-organ Abdominal TransplantUniversity of Michigan Health System
  2. 2012
    Administrative Chief Resident - General SurgeryUniversity of Michigan Health System
  3. 2012
    Internship/Residency - General SurgeryUniversity of Michigan Health System
  4. 2010
    Fellow - Health Services Research in TransplantationScientific Registry of Transplant Recipients, Department of Surgery, University of Michigan
  5. 2009
    MS - Health and Healthcare ResearchUniversity of Michigan
  6. 2005
    MD - Medicine, with Honors in ResearchUniversity of Florida College of Medicine
  7. 2001
    BS - Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, with High HonorsUniversity of Florida
  8. 1998
    Baccalaureate Studies - International Baccalaureate ProgramWinter Park High School


  1. 2013
    General SurgeryAmerican Board of Surgery