Fanconi Anemia and Bone Marrow Failure Multidisciplinary Clinic
Meet our team
Colin A. Sieff, MB, BCh, co-director, Fanconi Anemia and Bone Marrow Failure Multidisciplinary Clinic
Sieff is a hematologist and Director of the Fanconi Anemia & Bone Marrow Failure Clinic. He is an expert in the treatment of bone marrow failure syndromes including aplastic, Diamond-Blackfan and Fanconi Anemia. His research focuses on the genetic causes of Diamond-Blackfan anemia and the development of new treatments. Before coming to Children’s, he completed his medical training in South Africa and England.
David A. Williams, MD, co-director, Fanconi Anemia and Bone Marrow Failure Multidisciplinary Clinic
Williams is an experienced pediatric hematologist, the Chief of the Division of Hematology/Oncology and the Director of Translational Research at Children’s. He has extensive expertise in genetic blood disorders, Fanconi anemia and bone marrow failure disorders. His research focuses on the biology of blood-forming stem cells and the cause of genetic diseases of the blood.
Agarwal is a pediatric hematologist/oncologist at Children's and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. He specializes in hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. His research focuses on stem cell biology and dyskeratosis congenita.
Alan B. Cantor, MD, PhD
Cantor is pediatric hematologist at Children’s and an assistant professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. He specializes in the treatment of blood disorder and bone marrow failure syndromes. His research focuses on the mechanisms that regulate blood cell formation.
Laurie E. Cohen, MD
Cohen is a pediatric endocrinologist with expertise in the growth disorders, neuroendocrinology and the endocrine effects of cancer and its treatments. She is also Director of the Neuroendocrinology Program and an assistant professor of Pediatrics at Harvard medical School.
George Daley, MD, PhD
Daley is the director of the Stem Cell Transplantation Program and a Professor of Hematology/Oncology at Harvard Medical School. His laboratory focuses on stem cell biology. You can learn more about his research at our website on stem cells.
Alan D. D’Andrea, MD
D’Andrea is co-director of Children’s Gene Therapy Center and a Professor of Radiation Oncology at Harvard Medical School. His research focuses on the molecular mechanisms of normal blood cell formation, the molecular causes of leukemia and other cancers and the cause of Faconi anemia.
Amy Desrochers DiVasta, MD, MMSc
DiVasta specializes in adolescent medicine, pediatric and adolescent gynecology and reproductive endocrinology. Her research focuses on bone health and the treatment of endometriosis.
Michael Andrew Ferguson, MD
Fergusonis a pediatric nephrologist at Children’s. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, he is also an instructor in Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
David M. Harrild, MD, PhD
Harrild is a pediatric cardiologist with expertise in cardiac imaging. Before coming to Children’s, he completed his training in North Carolina and California. He’s an instructor in Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
Brian I. Labow, MD
Dr.Labor is a pediatric plastic surgeon specializing in facial reanimation, hand surgery and reconstructive microsurgery. His research interests include the genetics of congenital hand anomalies and the association between hand abnormalities and Fanconi anemia.
Leslie E. Lehmann, MD
Lehmann is the clinical director of the Stem Cell Transplantation Program at Dana Farber/Children’s Hospital Cancer Center. She specializes in bone marrow and stem cell transplantation and the long-term effects of stem cell transplantation. In addition, she’s an assistant professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
Lisa A. Moreau, MS
Lisa Moreau is a Senior Research Scientist in the Division of Radiation Oncology and technical director of the Comprehensive Fanconi Anemia Center and the Cytogenetics Core Facility at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Her laboratory’s efforts are focused on the clinical diagnosis of Fanconi Anemia and research on the functional analysis of DNA damage and chromosome analysis.
Hiep T. Nguyen, MD
Nguyen is a pediatric urologist who specializes in robotic surgery. He is co-director of the Center for Robotic Surgery and director of the Robotic Surgery Research and Training Program. In addition, he is an assistant professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
Jonathan D. Picker, MD, PhD
Picker is a pediatric geneticist with expertise in psychiatric genetics. His research focuses on the genetics of schizophrenia and neurodevelopment. He is director of Children’s Fragile X program and an instructor in Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
Reza Rahbar, DMD, MD, FACS
Rahbar is a pediatric otolaryngologist with expertise in the treatment of air abnormalities, head and neck tumors, and robotic surgery. He is the Director of the Center for Aero-Digestive Disorders and Co-Director of the Center for Head, Neck and Skullbase Tumors. His research interests include angiogenesis therapies, minimally-invasive surgery and scar tissue prevention.
Leonel A. Rodriguez, MD, MS
Rodriguez is an attending physician at Children’s and specializes in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition. In addition, he’s an instructor in Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. He completed his medical training in Guatemala, Texas and New York before coming to Children’s.
Catherine Sheils, MD
Sheils is a pediatric pulmonologist with expertise in the treatment of asthma, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, and other respiratory diseases. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, she is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
Bai-Lin Wu, PhD, M Med, FACMG
Wu is director of the Genetics Diagnostic Lab at Children’s. In addition, he is an Assistant Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School.
Leonard I. Zon, MD
Zon is a pediatric hematologist with expertise in the treatment of aplastic anemia and congenital anemias. Using zebrafish, he’s conducted extensive research on stem cells, the biology of blood and blood vessels and the formation of cancers. In addition to his research and clinical responsibilities, he is a Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
Pamela P. Hawley, MS
Hawley is the clinic’s genetic counselor. She works with Fanconi anemia and bone marrow failure patients and their families to provide evaluation and genetic counseling.
Susan Robinson, MSW, LCSW
Robinson is a clinical social worker who works with pediatric patients with bleeding disorders, sickle cell disease, thalassemia and bone marrow failure syndromes.
Tara Barlow, PA-C
Tara is the coordinator of the Bone Marrow Failure/Bone Marrow Transplant services. She is also a physician assistant who directly cares for Bone Marrow Failure patients as well as coordinating care and transition to the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant team. Tara has been working in the Division of Hematology/Oncology since 2008. She graduated from DeSales University Physician Assistant Program in August 2008.