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Pediatric Blood Disorders Doctors & Experts

Our multidisciplinary Pediatric Blood Disorders team provides comprehensive care to children, adolescents, and young adults diagnosed with many types of noncancerous blood disorders. Our pediatric physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other specialists work as a team to maximize your child’s supportive care, treatment, and chance of a cure. Our patients see the same team of healthcare professionals during their entire treatment and follow-up process. This integrated care is personalized to each child’s and family’s needs.

As active members of the treatment team, nurse practitioners and nurses play an essential role in caring for children and young adults. Nurses bring great knowledge, experience, and expertise to patient care, and will help you and your child through your inpatient or outpatient experience at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

Our social workers also stay in close contact with families to meet any practical and psychosocial needs. Social workers provide counseling, information, and assistance throughout the course of treatment, and can direct you to additional resources. In addition, our child life specialists, teachers, patient and program coordinators, and session and physician-office assistants work together to help your child and family in the hospital and at home during treatment periods.

Find more information about our experts below. To make an appointment, please call the Department of Pediatrics at 833-MSK-KIDS.

Team Leader Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Richard J. O'Reilly, MD -- Chair, Department of Pediatrics; Chief, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Service; Claire L. Tow Chair in Pediatric Oncology Research

Richard J. O'Reilly

Chief, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Service; Claire L. Tow Chair in Pediatric Oncology Research

Pediatric Oncology, Hematology, and Immunology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Farid Boulad

Farid Boulad

Medical Director, Pediatric Day Hospital

Nancy A. Kernan

Nancy A. Kernan

Assistant Chief, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Service

Kevin J. Curran, MD

Kevin J. Curran

Andromachi (Machi) Scaradavou, MD

Andromachi (Machi) Scaradavou

Pictured: Susan Prockop

Susan E. Prockop

MSK pediatric oncologist Maria Cancio

Maria Cancio

Rachel Kobos, MD

Rachel Kobos

Memorial Sloan Kettering pediatric oncologist Andrew Kung

Andrew Kung

Chair, Department of Pediatrics

Richard J. O'Reilly, MD -- Chair, Department of Pediatrics; Chief, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Service; Claire L. Tow Chair in Pediatric Oncology Research

Richard J. O'Reilly

Chief, Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Service; Claire L. Tow Chair in Pediatric Oncology Research

Barbara (Gila) Spitzer

Barbara (Gila) Spitzer

Gene Therapy Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Pictured: Michel Sadelain

Michel Sadelain

Director, Center for Cell Engineering & Gene Transfer and Gene Expression Laboratory; Stephen and Barbara Friedman Chair

Isabelle Rivière

Isabelle Rivière

Director, Cell Therapy and Cell Engineering Facility

Coordinators Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Julia A. Kearney

Julia A. Kearney

Psychiatrist Meredith MacGregor

Meredith MacGregor

Memorial Sloan Kettering Neuropsychologist & Child Psychologist Stephen Sands

Stephen A. Sands

Director, Pediatric Neuropsychology

Nurse Practitioners Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Social Work Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Long-Term Follow-Up Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Danielle Novetsky Friedman

Danielle Novetsky Friedman

Charles A. Sklar, MD -- Director, Long-Term Follow-Up Program

Charles A. Sklar

Director, Long-Term Follow-Up Program