The Division of Hematology is an academic division engaged in clinical and laboratory hematology service, research and teaching. Faculty members are affiliated with the Department of Medicine and many hold cross-appointments with other Departments within the University. The Division is home to a highly rated, fully accredited Royal College Fellowship Training Program in Hematology.
Activities of the Division include state-of-the art patient care, innovative laboratory research, clinical trials, population based research and a basic research program related to these diseases and the training of future health care professionals. The Division has expertise in the diagnosis, management and treatment of hematologic malignancies, thrombosis and bleeding disorders and other non-malignant hematologic conditions in adults. There is an active hematopoietic stem cell transplantation program, including both allograft and autologous transplant capabilities. Clinical collaboration with Laboratory Medicine and Hematopathology complement the clinical service and ensure a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis.
Areas of particular interest include:
- Hematologic malignancies
- Multiple myeloma
- Thrombosis and hemostasis
- Venous thromboembolic disease
- Bleeding disorders
- Laboratory Hematology
- Flow cytometry