The UW-Madison Blood Research Program was established in January of 2013, under the auspices of the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health and in collaboration with the Carbone Cancer Center. Learn More
We use multidisciplinary approaches to understand important biological processes, including stem/progenitor cell function, normal and malignant blood cell development (hematopoiesis), and vascular biology. Learn More
Mechanisms & Targeting
UW-Madison Blood Research Program focus on pathological disorders including, but not limited to, leukemia, lymphoma, myelodysplastic syndrome, immunodeficiencies, hemoglobinopathies, anemias, and vascular disorders. Read More
The UW-Madison has a rich history in fundamental and clinical blood research, which has been distributed across multiple departments.
The UW-Madison Blood Research Program was established in January of 2013 to unite outstanding blood researchers under the auspices of a central organizational structure.
UW-Madison Blood Research Program focus on pathological disorders including, but not limited to, leukemia, lymphoma…
Researchers in the UW-Madison Blood Research Program focus on elucidating genetic, epigenetic, biochemical and physiological mechanisms…
Members of the UW-Madison Blood Research Program are housed in state-of-the-art facilities with well-equipped modern laboratories to accomodate multidisciplinary laboratory investigation and to promote synergistic collaborations.
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Revolutionary technological advances are transforming biomedical science, and UW-Madison Blood Research Program investigators are forging and applying these technologies to solve previously intractable problems related to the physiology and pathology of blood cells and blood vessels.
Emery Bresnick, UW-Madison Blood Research Program