Transfusion Medicine Fellow
Hometown: Winston-Salem, NC
Residency: University of Rochester
Medical School: Wake Forest School of Medicine
Undergraduate School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Interests In Pathology: Clinical Laboratories
Hobbies: Sewing, snow and water skiing, petting my dog
Favorite Activities To Do In Rochester: Walk my dog on the Erie Canalway Trail, smell lilacs in the spring, visit Seneca Lake in the summer
Why Did You Choose Transfusion Medicine?
Transfusion Medicine provides a unique opportunity within Pathology and Laboratory Medicine to participate actively in patient care and work with other clinical services to optimize transfusion-related care.
What Is Unique About The Program?
Faculty are interested and invested in educating trainees. The Blood Management Program here is a large part of the service, and provides the opportunity to interact with clinical teams while learning about blood management and transfusion-related medical issues.
What Do You Like About Living In Rochester?
The area is progressive and filled with festivals, live music, museums, and other activities. Plus, I prefer the winters here to the summers in the South.