I joined Memorial Sloan-Kettering in September 2012 to care for adults undergoing bone marrow transplantation. I help to manage the care of patients who are undergoing chemotherapy in preparation for a transplant, as well as patients with acute or chronic medical complications that can arise following a transplant.
I have worked as a physician assistant in the care of people undergoing bone marrow transplantation since the start of my career in 2009, at the University of Michigan. There I helped to manage the care of adult inpatients and outpatients undergoing bone marrow transplantation, as well as pediatric inpatients. I also have experience in performing procedures such as bone marrow biopsies and aspirations, punch skin biopsies, and lumbar punctures with intrathecal chemotherapy.