Dr. Terry Box is an Associate (Clinical) Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for Community Faculty at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. He joined the faculty in 2009 after a lengthy tenure in hepatology and liver transplantation at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City from 1983 to 2009.
At the University of Utah, as a member of the Liver Transplant Program, he continues his duties in the clinical care of patients with liver disease both before and after liver transplantation.
Since 1995, he has been actively involved in clinical research in the areas of chronic viral Hepatitis B and C as well as transplant hepatology. He has had related abstracts accepted at AASLD and EASL and has had publications in a variety of medical journals. He has also served on national committees that oversee liver transplant programs in the United States.
After his introduction to Dr. Sanjeev Arora’s innovative use of interactive videoconferencing with case-based learning to advance healthcare in remote and underserved areas, he has been committed to replicating the same at the University of Utah. Project ECHO was launched in Salt Lake City in October 2011. Since that time, Dr.Box has mentored more than 270 providers across 8 Western states in the treatment of almost 2100 patients with Hepatitis C and other serious liver diseases.