Jaimie Nathan

Jaimie David Nathan

Associate Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics; Surgical Director, Kidney and Intestinal Transplant Programs; Surgical Director, Pancreas Care Center

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Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Division of Pediatric General & Thoracic Surgery
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229


Bachelor's Degree, Yale University 1993

Medical Degree, Yale University 1998

Surgical Research Fellowship, Duke University 2002

General Surgery Residency, Duke University 2005

Pediatric Surgery Fellowship, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center 2007

Transplant Surgery Fellowship, University of Cincinnati 2009

Research and Practice Interests

Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Disease, Transplantation, Neonatal Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery


Peer Reviewed Publications

Ubesie, Agozie C; Cole, Conrad R; Nathan, Jaimie D; Tiao, Greg M; Alonso, Maria H; Mezoff, Adam G; Henderson, Carol J; Kocoshis, Samuel A (2013. )Micronutrient deficiencies in pediatric and young adult intestinal transplant patients.Pediatric transplantation, ,17 (7 ),638-45

McDaniel, Janice D; Kukreja, Kamlesh; Ristagno, Ross L; Yazigi, Nada; Nathan, Jaimie D; Tiao, Gregory (2013. )Radiofrequency ablation of a large hepatic adenoma in a child.Journal of pediatric surgery, ,48 (6 ),E19-22

Jensen, M Kyle; Campbell, Kathleen M; Alonso, Maria H; Nathan, Jaimie D; Ryckman, Frederick C; Tiao, Greg M (2013. )Management and long-term consequences of portal vein thrombosis after liver transplantation in children.Liver transplantation : official publication of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society, ,19 (3 ),315-21

Prada, Carlos E; Kaul, Ajay; Hopkin, Robert J; Page, Kimberley I; Nathan, Jaimie D; Bartholomew, Dennis W; Cohen, Mitchell B; Heubi, James E; Leslie, Nancy D; Burrow, T Andrew (2012. )Recurrent pancreatitis in ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency.Molecular genetics and metabolism, ,106 (4 ),482-4

Bondoc, Alexander J; Taylor, Janice A; Alonso, Maria H; Nathan, Jaimie D; Wang, Yu; Balistreri, William F; Bezerra, Jorge A; Ryckman, Frederick C; Tiao, Gregory M (2012. )The beneficial impact of revision of Kasai portoenterostomy for biliary atresia: an institutional study.Annals of surgery, ,255 (3 ),570-6

Vigna, Steven R; Shahid, Rafiq A; Nathan, Jaimie D; McVey, Douglas C; Liddle, Rodger A (2011. )Leukotriene B4 mediates inflammation via TRPV1 in duct obstruction-induced pancreatitis in rats.Pancreas, ,40 (5 ),708-14

Nathan, Jaimie D; Romac, Joelle; Peng, Ruth Y; Peyton, Michael; Rockey, Don C; Liddle, Rodger A (2010. )Protection against chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic fibrosis in mice overexpressing pancreatic secretory trypsin inhibitor.Pancreas, ,39 (1 ),e24-30

Follmar, Keith E; Condron, Sara A; Turner, Immanuel I; Nathan, Jaimie D; Ludwig, Kirk A (2008. )Treatment of metronidazole-refractory Clostridium difficile enteritis with vancomycin.Surgical infections, ,9 (2 ),195-200

Nathan, Jaimie D; Rudolph, Jeffrey A; Kocoshis, Samuel A; Alonso, Maria H; Ryckman, Frederick C; Tiao, Greg M (2007. )Isolated liver and multivisceral transplantation for total parenteral nutrition-related end-stage liver disease.Journal of pediatric surgery, ,42 (1 ),143-7

Patel, Mayur B; Nathan, Jaimie D; Frush, Donald P; Rice, Henry E (2007. )Nonoperative management of asymptomatic traumatic pulmonary hernia in a young child.The Journal of trauma, ,62 (1 ),234-5

Nathan, Jaimie D; Romac, Joelle; Peng, Ruth Y; Peyton, Michael; Macdonald, Raymond J; Liddle, Rodger A (2005. )Transgenic expression of pancreatic secretory trypsin inhibitor-I ameliorates secretagogue-induced pancreatitis in mice. Gastroenterology, ,128 (3 ),717-27

Eisenberg, Michael L; Maker, Ajay V; Slezak, Lori A; Nathan, Jaimie D; Sritharan, Kumudesh C; Jena, Bhanu P; Geibel, John P; Andersen, Dana K (2005. )Insulin receptor (IR) and glucose transporter 2 (GLUT2) proteins form a complex on the rat hepatocyte membrane.Cellular physiology and biochemistry : international journal of experimental cellular physiology, biochemistry, and pharmacology, ,15 (1-4 ),51-8

Liddle, Rodger A; Nathan, Jaimie D (2004. )Neurogenic inflammation and pancreatitis.Pancreatology : official journal of the International Association of Pancreatology (IAP) ... [et al.], ,4 (6 ),551-9; discussion 55

Nathan, Jaimie D; Pappas, Theodore N (2003. )Inguinal hernia: an old condition with new solutions. Annals of surgery, ,238 (6 Suppl ),S148-57

Nathan, Jaimie D; Peng, Ruth Y; Wang, Yu; McVey, Douglas C; Vigna, Steven R; Liddle, Rodger A (2002. )Primary sensory neurons: a common final pathway for inflammation in experimental pancreatitis in rats.American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology, ,283 (4 ),G938-46

Nathan, Jaimie D; Liddle, Rodger A (2002. )Neurohormonal control of pancreatic exocrine secretion. Current opinion in gastroenterology, ,18 (5 ),536-44

Nathan, J D; Patel, A A; McVey, D C; Thomas, J E; Prpic, V; Vigna, S R; Liddle, R A (2001. )Capsaicin vanilloid receptor-1 mediates substance P release in experimental pancreatitis. American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology, ,281 (5 ),G1322-8

Nathan, J D; Zdankiewicz, P D; Wang, J; Spector, S A; Aspelund, G; Jena, B P; Seymour, N E; Geibel, J P; Andersen, D K (2001. )Impaired hepatocyte glucose transport protein (GLUT2) internalization in chronic pancreatitis. Pancreas, ,22 (2 ),172-8

Oliveira, S; Samba, A K; Towbin, A J; Gupta, A; Geller, J I; Nathan, J D; Kohli, R (2016. )Incidental inflammatory adenoma with ?-catenin activation in the setting of paediatric NASH.Pediatric obesity, ,

Lobeck, Inna N; Dupree, Phylicia; Falcone, Richard A; Lin, Tom K; Trout, Andrew T; Nathan, Jaimie D; Tiao, Greg M (2016. )The presentation and management of choledochocele (type III choledochal cyst): A 40-year systematic review of the literature.Journal of pediatric surgery, ,

Lin, Tom K; Palermo, Joseph J; Nathan, Jaimie D; Tiao, Gregory M; Hornung, Lindsey N; Fei, Lin; Abu-El-Haija, Maisam (2016. )Timing of Cholecystectomy in Children With Biliary Pancreatitis.Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition, ,62 (1 ),118-21

Szabo, Flora K; Hornung, Lindsey; Oparaji, Judy-April; Alhosh, Rabea; Husain, Sohail Z; Liu, Quin Y; Palermo, Joseph; Lin, Tom K; Nathan, Jaimie D; Podberesky, Daniel J; Lowe, Mark; Fei, Lin; Abu-El-Haija, Maisam A prognostic tool to predict severe acute pancreatitis in pediatrics.Pancreatology : official journal of the International Association of Pancreatology (IAP) ... [et al.], ,16 (3 ),358-64

Ehsan, Zarmina; Nathan, Jaimie D; Kercsmar, Carolyn M (2015. )An infant with a hyperlucent chest mass: An unexpected diagnosis.Pediatric pulmonology, ,50 (12 ),E52-4

Walther, Ashley E; Coots, Abigail C; Goebel, Jens W; Alonso, Maria H; Ryckman, Frederick C; Tiao, Greg M; Nathan, Jaimie D (2015. )Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy for the pediatric recipient population: Risk factors for adverse outcomes.Pediatric transplantation, ,19 (8 ),836-43

Galloway, David; Danziger-Isakov, Lara; Goldschmidt, Monique; Hemmelgarn, Trina; Courter, Joshua; Nathan, Jaimie D; Alonso, Maria; Tiao, Greg; Fei, Lin; Kocoshis, Samuel (2015. )Incidence of bloodstream infections in small bowel transplant recipients receiving selective decontamination of the digestive tract: A single-center experience.Pediatric transplantation, ,19 (7 ),722-9

Goldschmidt, Monique L; Kocoshis, Samuel A; Tiao, Gregory M; Alonso, Maria H; Nathan, Jaimie D (2015. )Limited surgical resection for graft salvage following recovery from complicated exfoliative rejection in pediatric intestinal recipients.Pediatric transplantation, ,19 (7 ),E170-6

Schaefer, Beverly A; Johnson, Theodore S; Hooper, David K; Nathan, Jaimie D; Geller, James I (2017. )TFE3-positive renal cell carcinoma occurring in three children with dysfunctional kidneys on immunosuppression.Pediatric transplantation, ,21 (4 ),

Contact Information

Academic - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Division of Pediatric General & Thoracic Surgery
CincinnatiĀ  Ohio, 45229
Phone: 513-803-2051
Fax: 513-636-7657