Yale researcher wins American Association of Blood Banks Award
Dr. Diane Krause, professor of laboratory medicine, cell biology, and pathology, and associate director of the Yale Stem Cell Center, is the winner of the 2013 American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) Tibor Greenwalt Award.
Krause, who also serves as director of the Clinical Laboratory for Cellular Engineering, was recognized for her groundbreaking stem cell research and for her expertise as a teacher and mentor. The award honors an individual who has made major scientific contributions to hematology, transfusion medicine, and cellular therapies and “has a gift for succinctly communicating these advances.”
The lectureship and award is granted at the AABB Annual Meeting and honors Dr. Tibor Greenwalt, who was the first registrant at the first AABB Annual Meeting and founding editor of TRANSFUSION.