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Robert Bona, MD

Professor of Internal Medicine (Hematology); Professor of Medicine, Hematology; Director, Classical Hematology Program; Medial Director, Hemophilia Treatment Center



Dr. Robert Bona, is the director of the classical (benign) hematology program and medical director of the Hemophilia Treatment Center at Yale. Originally from New York, he and his wife, Georg'Ann, are current residents of New Haven and long time residents of Connecticut where they have raised their three children. Prior to coming to Yale, he was a founding faculty member of the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. Prior to that he was Professor of Medicine at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, having had early training there and at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford. At the UCONN School of Medicine, he served as the hematology oncology fellowship program director, chief of the division of hematology oncology and Hemophilia Treatment Center director. He has had a strong interest, throughout his career, in medical education and clinical hemostasis and thrombosis. He is a graduate of SUNY Upstate Medical College in Syracuse New York and is board certified in internal medicine, hematology and medical oncology.

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Education & Training

  • MD
    SUNY Upstate Medical Center (1980)

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