American Society of Hematology

Minority Resident Hematology Award Program Recipients

The following individuals have participated in the ASH Minority Resident Hematology Award Program (MRHAP).

2019 Participants

  • Leyla Bojanini Molina, MD
    Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Education
    Patient understanding, attitudes and preferences regarding clinical trials
  • Omayra Gonzalez Pagan, MD
    UT Houston – McGovern Medical School
    The effect of platelets on complement activation and cancer cell proliferation
  • Sherraine Griffin, MD
    The Ohio State University
    Effects of implementing customized pain regimens on time to first opiate and patient satisfaction in sickle cell patients
  • Daniela Hernandez, MD
    University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
    Molecular profile and prognosis of DLBCL in Hispanics
  • Olufunke Martin, MD
    Riley Hospital for Children
    The impact of a standardized emergency room pediatric pain protocol on sickle cell disease pain management
  • Alexandra Power-Hays, MD
    Boston Children's Hospital/Boston Medical Center
    Determining the clinical course of children with asparaginase-associated pancreatic fluid collections
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    2018 Participants

  • Jesse Cobell, MD
    University of New Mexico
    Intrapatient molecular heterogeneity in lymphoma
  • Omayra Gonzalez Pagan, MD
    UT Houston – McGovern Medical School
    The effect of platelets on complement activation and cancer cell proliferation
  • Ismanie Guillaume, MD
    Christiana Care Health System
    Identifying disparities in primary and secondary stroke prevention between pediatric and adult sickle cell populations
  • Olubusola Oluwole, MD
    University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
    Impact of hydroxyurea use on cognitive performance of Ghanaian children with sickle cell disease
  • Elisa Quiroz, MD
    Beaumont Health
    MI Variations in microRNA expression in Latin American patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia
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    2017 Participants

    • Owhofasa Agbedia, MD, MPH
      Howard University Hospital
      Incidence, survival, and prevalence of hematologic malignancies amongst minority populations using the SEER program database
    • Elisa Quiroz
      Beaumont Health
      Variations in microRNA expression in Latin American patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia
    • Samuel Wilson, MD
      University of Michigan Health System
      Role of Duffy antigen phenotype in clinical outcomes of individuals with sickle cell disease on hydroxyurea therapy
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