Welcome to the University of Colorado’s Hematology Division. The Hematology Division provides clinical care for all blood disorders, maintains active research programs and educates all levels of scientists and physicians involved in hematology.
The Division of Hematology consists of 18 full-time faculty members
many of whom have appointments in additional collaborating departments at the University of Colorado Denver (Pediatrics, Radiation Oncology, and Biochemistry). Collectively, these investigators are supported by over $4 million in annual research funding that involves studies of acute myeloid leukemia, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, myelodysplastic syndromes, bone marrow transplantation, hemophilia, iron metabolism disorders, multiple myeloma, lymphoma, graft-vs-host disease, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and numerous related areas.
Many of our faculty members are physician-scientists who concurrently care for patients and manage research programs. Others are dedicated laboratory investigators, who work closely with the clinical team to bring forward new drugs and advanced therapeutic strategies. Collectively, the group represents the largest and most experienced blood disease team in Colorado.
Our program is founded on the dual principle of “Innovative Medicine, Compassionate Care”. This simple statement means that we are dedicated to developing the most advanced possible medicine for the care of our patients, while never forgetting that each patient must be treated as an individual, with respect and personalized care. We invite you to visit the pages on this site, which provide details on all aspects of our clinical, research, and teaching missions.