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Racquel Innis- Shelton  MD, Sandra Rudolph, and Pat Lyons participated in the first ever African American Bone Marrow Awareness Month Twitter Chat.  During the session, there were 15,000 impressions (the number of times people saw #AABMAM). 
It was so successful that it will now be held annually to bring awareness and encourage African American donors!   It can be viewed on Twitter #AABMAM through the link https://storify.com/getswabbed/aabmam-twitter-chat.  
Congratulations ladies and thanks for representing our Program!

Antonio Di Stasi, MD has received one
of three Department of Medicine prestigious Frommeyer Fellowship Awards. Dr. Di Stasi will focus on new therapies that lead into Stem Cell Transplants.

The University of Alberta invited Lawrence Lamb, MN, PhD to speak as their Walter Campbell Mackenzie Endowed Visiting Professor designed for faculty who are leaders in their respective disciplines.

Montgomery Man Meets Woman On Today Show Whose Life He Saved