We are pleased to welcome Dr. Danielle Nance to the faculty in the Division of Hematology and Hematologic Malignancies.
Dr. Nance received her M.D. from Southern Illinois School of Medicine, after which she completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Virginia Mason Medical Center, in Seattle WA. She went on to complete a two-year fellowship in Hemostasis and Thrombosis at Puget Sound Blood Center and a two year fellowship in Hematology at the University of Utah Huntsman Cancer Institute. She is an awardee of the prestigious Bayer Hemophilia Award 2009-2011. Through the Bayer Clinical Fellowship, she gained additional expertise in the management of Hemophilia care and delivery of care to patients in both rural and metropolitan settings.
Dr. Nance is broadly trained in malignant and benign hematology, but plans to focus on disorders of hemostasis and thrombosis. She has a special interest in rare coagulation disorders, the hemostasis and thrombosis problems related to women’s reproductive health and the coagulopathies of cancer patients. She currently has research projects in carriers of hemophilia and inherited platelet disorders and is a PI on an investigator-initiated trial in aplastic anemia. A projects is in development for inherited FVII deficiency, amongst others.
Dr. Nance is board certified in Internal Medicine and is board eligible in Hematology. She will see patients with benign and malignant hematologic disorders at the University of Utah’s Huntsman Cancer Institute and the South Jordan Daybreak Clinic.