Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine Fellowship

Aims Statement

The aims of our Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine program are: 1. Provide a comprehensive curriculum that includes apheresis, blood banking techniques/issues, and hemostasis/coagulation. 2. Educate a physician who is considered to be a specialist and expert in transfusion medicine in the management of patients requiring various blood component therapies and therapeutic apheresis. 3. Develop a physician who is a specialist in blood banking with regards to blood donor eligibility and processing. 4. Increase scholarly activity and provide fellows with clinical research projects with opportunities to present at national meetings 5. Involve the fellow with teaching of residents and medical students.


This one-year ACGME-accredited Blood Bank/Transfusion Medicine Fellowship is intended for physicians wishing to acquire special expertise in all aspects of transfusion medicine. A second non-accredited research year may be available for interested candidates at the discretion of the department chair and program director.

Program Description