Bone Marrow Transplant and Stem Cell Transplant Program


About our Physicians/Staff

National Expertise Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant (BMSCT)

Your BMSCT physicians are full-time Penn faculty who have dedicated their clinical and research careers to improving our ability to care for those undergoing bone marrow or stem cell transplant.

They are relentless in the pursuit of the very best clinical outcome and quality of life for each patient treated.

Hematology-Oncology

Penn hematologists-oncologists have extensive experience in bone marrow and stem cell transplant. These specialists are responsible for your overall treatment plan and in performing the bone marrow or stem cell transplant.

Patricia A. Ford, MD
Noelle Frey, MD
Elizabeth Hexner, MD
Alison Loren, MD, MS
Selina Luger, MD
James K. Mangan, MD, PhD
Sunita D Nasta, MD
Alexander Perl, MD
David L. Porter, MD
Ran Reshef, MD
Stephen Schuster, MD
Edward A. Stadtmauer, MD
Jakub Svoboda, MD
Donald Tsai, MD, PhD
Dan Vogl, MD
Brendan M. Weiss, MD

Interventional Radiology

Penn interventional radiologists (doctors who specialize in using x-ray to perform procedures) are experts in the placement of catheters that may be needed prior to the actual transplant procedure.

Scott Trerotola, MD

Medical Oncology

Adam Cohen, MD

Pathology/Blood Bank

Our pathologists study cells to determine the type and stage of cancer. They are responsible for supplying blood products that may be needed during your treatment and are expert in collecting and preparing the stem cells required for the transplant.

Adam Bagg, MD
Malek Kamoun, MD, PhD
Peter C. Nowell, MD
Una O'Doherty, MD, PhD
Bruce Sachais, MD, PhD
Deborah Sesok-Pizzini, MD
Donald L. Siegel, MD, PhD
Mariusz Wasik, MD

Radiation Oncology

If radiation therapy is part of your overall treatment plan, you'll receive a consultation with a Penn radiation oncologist who specializes in performing radiation therapy prior to bone marrow and stem cell transplant.

Eli Glatstein, MD