Clinical and Research Background
Dr. Elizabeth Staley is an Associate Medical Director for the Transfusion Service Laboratories at the University of Washington Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center, and a UW assistant professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology. Dr. Staley participates in the oversight of the transfusion service, and provides consultation for transfusion-related practice, and patients with unique transfusion needs. Her goals are to support safe and effective patient care through the timely provision of optimal blood components. Dr. Staley’s focus is education in clinical pathology, and clinical research to advance the fields of transfusion medicine, hemostasis, apheresis, and cellular therapy.
Dr. Staley earned her bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Missouri, and her PhD in Immunology at the University of Alabama Birmingham. She additionally completed her residency in Clinical Pathology and her fellowship in Hemostasis at the University of Alabama Birmingham. She completed a fellowship in Transfusion Medicine/Blood Banking at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Staley’s work at the University of Alabama combined clinical service, trainee education, and clinical research with a focus on rare hematologic disorders.
Education and Training
Transfusion Medicine Fellowship, Washington University, St. Louis
Hemostasis Fellowship, University of Alabama Birmingham
PhD, MD and residency in Clinical Pathology, University of Alabama Birmingham