Gina Dunne Smith

Executive Director
IIAM (International Institute for the Advancement of Medicine)

Brief Bio

Gina Dunne Smith has 36 years working in the field of organ and tissue donation for transplant and research.  Beginning her career with the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) in 1988, Gina has spent the last 31 years with the International Institute for the Advancement of Medicine (IIAM) building a network of partners within the organ and tissue recovery arena. and medical researchers worldwide, currently in the role of Executive Director.  Gina is committed to the mission of promoting awareness of lifesaving and life-enhancing benefits derived from non-transplanted organs placed with medical research, further honoring the donor gift.

Gina has remained integrated with relevant industry organizations and associations, presently serving as the Immediate Past Chair of The National Leadership and Innovation Council for The Alliance, the AATB Quality Council, AATB Education Committee, and serves on the American Society of Transplantation Advisory Committee and the Recovery and Preservation Community of Practice.

Gina lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, 2 daughters and 2 dogs enjoying gardening and hiking whenever possible!

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