Research

Moshe Talpaz, M.D., co-director
Pavan Reddy, M.D., co-director

The Hematologic Malignancies-BMT Program has established multiple clinical care, basic, translational and clinical research collaborations that have been fostered by the environment at the UMCCC. These efforts have led to several intra- and inter-programmatic projects that have resulted in federal and non- federal research grants, clinical trial and translation research projects and enhanced patient care.

Sean Morrison, Ph.D., former-director, Center for Stem Cell Biology in the University of Michigan's Life Sciences Institute discusses leukemia stem cells.

Clinical Research

Over the past several years, our research has focused on improving effectiveness of how we treat lymphomas, leukemias and multiple myeloma. Drs. Jakubowiak and Talaz developed a combination of therapies for both our newly diagnosed and progressive myeloma patients. Similarly, Drs. Bixby, Talpaz and Donato worked on combination therapy for those with CML.

For detailed information on our research program, please visit: Hematologic Malignancies-BMT, part of our Clinical Research Programs web page.

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