Transplant surgeon Andrew M. Cameron, MD, PhD, was born at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he is now an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery. Raised in Baltimore, he attended Harvard University and medical school at Johns Hopkins, as did his father, John Cameron, professor and former surgeon-in-chief at Johns Hopkins. After surgical training at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. Cameron studied liver transplantation in Los Angeles for two years before returning to Johns Hopkins in 2006. He also heads a basic science laboratory studying new drugs for Hepatitis C.
Recipient of an NRSA Postdoctoral Fellowship, he was awarded a grant for grant for his proposal on “Immune Tolerance in Chimeric Miniature Swine.” Dr. Cameron also received the Harvard Medical School Excellence in Teaching Award and The William Stewart Halsted Award from the Johns Hopkins University Department of Surgery “for outstanding performance in surgery.”
He is co-author of Current Surgical Therapy, 10th Edition.
Related Author: John L. Cameron, MD, FACS, FRCS(Eng)(hon)