Lewis Hsu, MD, PhD, is director of pediatric sickle cell and professor at University of Illinois at Chicago. His research in sickle cell disease includes community health workers, implementation science, health education, stroke risk, pain management, and vasculopathy in mouse models. He co-authored the “Hope and Destiny” books for family education on sickle cell. His community engagement and volunteer service includes Sickle Cell Disease Association of America and global experience at 3 sites in Nigeria plus Brazil. This broad experience with training, engaging stakeholder groups, and clinical care qualifies Dr. Hsu to collaborate in the ARISE program.
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ARISE highly appreciates the wide participation in the ARISE webinars on iron overload and the use of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Sickle Cell Disease
We are glad to announce a new free series of ARISE webinars on iron overload and the use of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Sickle Cell Disease.
The article Global Burden of Transfusion in Sickle Cell Disease is now available.