Women with Hemophilia
What we need to do in 2021 to move the needle. 35 minutes of lecture followed by 20 minutes of interactive questions.
Robert Sidonio, MD, MSc
Dr. Sidonio’s interest in hemostasis began during his pediatric residency at the University of Louisville under the mentorship of Dr. Sanjay Ahuja. Subsequently under Dr. Margaret Ragni’s research guidance during his fellowship he was accepted to the ASH Clinical Research Training Institute (CRTI) in 2009. Following fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, he took a position as Director of Pediatric Hemostasis and Thrombosis Program at Vanderbilt University. Under Dr. Michael DeBaun’s mentorship he was able to obtain to obtain a KL2 to investigate the bleeding tendency in hemophilia A carriers. In August 2014, Dr. Sidonio accepted the position of Associate Director of Hemostasis and Thrombosis at Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Dr. Sidonio is continuing his clinical research investigating the bleeding phenotype and genotype of hemophilia A carriers funded by the Hemophilia of Georgia Clinical Scientist Development Grant and HTRS Mentored Research Award.