15030-Mangus, Richard

Richard S. Mangus, MD

Professor of Surgery

UH 4601
Indianapolis, IN


Dr. Mangus is a transplant surgeon with specialization in liver, intestine and multi-organ transplants. He is the Director of Intestine Transplant at Indiana University Health, and the Surgical Director of Pediatric Liver Transplant at Riley Hospital for Children. Additionally, he manages the Intestine Failure and Rehabilitation Clinic, frequently operating on patients who have lost their intestine or have inadequate function of their intestine and are dependent upon parenteral nutrition. Dr. Mangus maintains a large clinical research database and has published extensively in the field of adult and pediatric clinical transplant outcomes. He received his training in General Surgery and Transplant Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Titles & Appointments

  • Professor of Surgery
  • Director of Intestine Transplant
  • Surgical Director of Pediatric Liver Transplant
  • Education
    2006 FEL Indiana University
    2004 RES Indiana University
    1999 MD Oregon Health & Science University
    1995 MS University of Maryland
    1994 BA Johns Hopkins University
  • Research

    Adult and Pediatric Liver and Intestine Transplantation

    Extended criteria organ donors

    Intestine failure and rehabilitation

  • Board Certifications
    American Board of Surgery - Surgery*
  • Clinical Interests

    Complex liver, intestine and multiorgan transplants in adults and children

    Patients with complex abdominal pathology including extensive loss of intestine, complex fistulas and frozen abdomen.

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