William J. Williams
William J. Williams, MD, has left a unique stamp on the field of hematology through his exemplary patient care and research, and he also wrote "the book" on the field, editing what became for most of the 1970s and 80s one of the two most familiar English-languagehematology textbooks. The book, originally called Hematology remains in wide use along with an expanding group of other excellent texts. To honor his contributions as founding editor, the name of the book was changed to Williams Hematology beginning withthe fifth edition.
Dr. Williams has an established history of leadership, serving as dean of the College of Medicine and vice president for Biomedical Sciences at SUNY Upstate Medical University from 2002 to 2004. He was named a Distinguished Service Professor by the StateUniversity of New York in 2002, and he remains an inspiring teacher today, grounding students in both...[Continue reading this article by selecting the Profile link below.]
Dr. Williams was profiled in the March/April 2009 issue of The Hematologist, "William Williams: Writing "The Book" on Hematology."
Dr. Williams has published several articles in the Society's journal Blood.
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