The Hematology Program
offers comprehensive services for the treatment of children, adolescents and adults with acute and chronic blood diseases. The program includes general hematology services, the Wisconsin Sickle Cell Center and the Comprehensive Center for Bleeding Disorders
, which are internationally known for their clinical care and research expertise. The program is a nationally recognized, federally funded center of excellence for bleeding and thrombotic disorders, and includes one of the country's leading basic research programs in hemophilia and von Willebrand disease. The Wisconsin Sickle Cell Center provides services comprehensive care for adults and children with SCD while striving to be at the forefront of basic, translational and outcomes related research in sickle cell disease. The center is one of only 11 sites nationwide awarded a National Institutes of Health Basic and Translational Research Program (BTRP). For our entire Hematology faculty, there is a close intertwining of research interests with clinical work to bring the lab to the bedside and the bedside to the lab.