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Cincinnati Childrens Hemophilia Treatment Center (Cincinnati, OH)
We have a new hematology faculty member, Dr. Maria Carter. Dr. Carter is currently a 4th year hemostasis thrombosis fellow with our HTC.

Eastern Michigan Hemophilia Treatment Center (Flint, MI)
Sunita Chhabra, LMSW left Eastern MI HTC in Flint, MI.

Helen DeVos Childrens Hospital Coagulation Disorders Program (Grand Rapids, MI)
Lynn Vanderwal, LMSW, left her position at the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital HTC and a new social worker, Elizabeth James, LMSW (Elizabeth.james3@spectrumhealth.org) has joined the HTC. Liz brings with her a wealth of experience in CPS, mental health, and aging.

Michigan Medicine Hemophilia Treatment Center
Suman Sood, MD, (adult hematologist) and Angela Weyand, MD, (pediatric hematologist) both had promotions to associate professor positions.

Jordan Schaefer, MD, adult hematologist, is overseeing/coordinating the coagulation/consultative teaching program through ASH, has received two awards (one through ASH and one through HTRS) and will be undergoing a masters degree program as well (MPH).

New staff: Jill Maseman, NP, adult hematology (already started with our team); Mary McGrath, MD, pediatric hematologist (to begin as a new pediatric hematologist 7-1-22); Clayton Habiger, MD, pediatric hematology (received the new Cascade Fellowship and will start 7-1-22).

Neeraja Swaminathan, MD, left our Pediatric Coag Fellowship Program and has accepted a position at Vanderbilt University.

Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Center (Toledo, OH)
Cindy Michael, LISW, retired in July after 35 years with the Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Center at the Toledo Hospital. LaMonica Bronaugh, MSW, LSW (LaMonica.Bronaugh@promedia.org) started in April. LaMonica previously worked in home care for Promedica.

University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Nina Turner, CNP, MSN is leaving the center. Two new additions include Kristine Karkoska, MD, adult hematologist and Danita Smith, RN, BSN.

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