George Goshua, MD, MSc is an Assistant Professor of Medicine (Hematology) in the Clinician-Scientist Track. Dr. Goshua is a Yale-trained, board-certified internist with specialty clinical fellowship training in classical hematology, alongside methodological training in risk and decision science from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. His clinical expertise is in the care of adults with rare, classical hematologic disorders, with a focus in immunohematology and thrombosis. His laboratory research employs quantitative decision analytic modeling methods to 1. fill identified gaps in clinical guidelines and 2. improve health resource allocation in clinical practice. This body of original science manuscripts have been published in journals that include Blood (inclusive of a #1 globally trending manuscript), The Lancet Haematology (the journal's #1 most cited original research), The Lancet Regional Health, Blood Advances, American Journal of Hematology (2021 AJH Young Investigator Award), Science Immunology, Chest, and Clinical Infectious Diseases. Beyond research recognitions awarded by the leading hematology societies, Dr. Goshua's invited service at the interface of decision science and clinical medicine includes the American Society of Hematology Patient Decision Steering Group and the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review's Independent Appraisal Committee.
|2021 Young Investigator Award||American Journal of Hematology||2022|
|2021-2022 Bernard G. Forget Scholar||Yale Hematology||2021|
|Junior AΩA (2014)||Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society||2014|
|Gold Humanism Honor Society (2014)||Arnold P. Gold Foundation||2014|