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Eisenbarth receives the National Blood Foundation Award for Innovative Research

December 12, 2017

Stephanie Eisenbarth, Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine, received the 2017 National Blood Foundation Award for Innovative Research, presented at the AABB Annual Meeting in October, 2017. “For her 2012 National Blood Foundation funded research on "Identifying Innate Immune System Pathways Critical for RBC Alloimmunization." Dr. Eisenbarth’s research has been instrumental in helping to determine why some patients become alloimmunized after transfusion. She has published 24 articles in scientific journals based in part on her NBF-funded research.”

Submitted by June Fisher on December 13, 2017