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Damiano Rondelli , MD

Michael Reese Professor of Hematology Division Chief, Hematology/Oncology Director, Blood & Marrow Transplant
Office Phone: 312-413-3547Clinical Phone: 312-355-1625 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
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Biographical Info

Education
Medical School: University of Bologna
Residency: University of Bologna
Fellowship: University of Bologna

Area of Interest
BMT, MPN

Accomplishments/Awards/Honor
Premio Internacional “Gaviota” (2014)

Michael Reese Endowed Professorship in Hematology (2013)

Elected as Fellow of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago (2012)

Paul Harris Fellow Award –Rotary Club (2009)

Awarded by the President of the Italian Republic as Knight of the Order of the Star of ItalianSolidarity (Commendatore dell’Ordine della Stella della Solidarieta’Italiana) (2006)

Member of the Advisory Cultural Committee of the Italian Cultural Institute at Chicago (2004- present)

Travel Award at the Tandem ASBMT/IBMT Meeting, Orlando, FL (2004)

Categories: DOM - Hematology - Faculty

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Damiano Rondelli , MD

Michael Reese Professor of Hematology Division Chief, Hematology/Oncology Director, Blood & Marrow Transplant
Office Phone: 312-413-3547Clinical Phone: 312-355-1625 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
Photo of Damiano Rondelli , MD

Biographical Info

Education
Medical School: University of Bologna
Residency: University of Bologna
Fellowship: University of Bologna

Area of Interest
BMT, MPN

Accomplishments/Awards/Honor
Premio Internacional “Gaviota” (2014)

Michael Reese Endowed Professorship in Hematology (2013)

Elected as Fellow of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago (2012)

Paul Harris Fellow Award –Rotary Club (2009)

Awarded by the President of the Italian Republic as Knight of the Order of the Star of ItalianSolidarity (Commendatore dell’Ordine della Stella della Solidarieta’Italiana) (2006)

Member of the Advisory Cultural Committee of the Italian Cultural Institute at Chicago (2004- present)

Travel Award at the Tandem ASBMT/IBMT Meeting, Orlando, FL (2004)

Categories: DOM - Hematology - Faculty

Staff

Damiano Rondelli , MD

Michael Reese Professor of Hematology Division Chief, Hematology/Oncology Director, Blood & Marrow Transplant
Office Phone: 312-413-3547Clinical Phone: 312-355-1625 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
Photo of Damiano Rondelli , MD

Biographical Info

Education
Medical School: University of Bologna
Residency: University of Bologna
Fellowship: University of Bologna

Area of Interest
BMT, MPN

Accomplishments/Awards/Honor
Premio Internacional “Gaviota” (2014)

Michael Reese Endowed Professorship in Hematology (2013)

Elected as Fellow of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago (2012)

Paul Harris Fellow Award –Rotary Club (2009)

Awarded by the President of the Italian Republic as Knight of the Order of the Star of ItalianSolidarity (Commendatore dell’Ordine della Stella della Solidarieta’Italiana) (2006)

Member of the Advisory Cultural Committee of the Italian Cultural Institute at Chicago (2004- present)

Travel Award at the Tandem ASBMT/IBMT Meeting, Orlando, FL (2004)

Categories: DOM - Hematology - Faculty

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