“Transplants offer the chance to cure many hematological malignancies. However, they are not without risk. It is rewarding and challenging to balance this and work with our patients through the transplant process. I enjoy using my training in internal medicine and collaborating with other specialties as we manage these complex patients together.”
Dr. Wofford is an assistant professor of hematology and oncology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
She is board certified in internal medicine and hematology-oncology. She specializes in aplastic anemia, PNH, myelodysplastic syndromes and allogeneic stem cell transplants.
Her research interests include working to improve care, preserve fertility and prolong survivorship for adolescent and young adult patients.
Dr. Wofford received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry at the University of North Carolina and a master’s degree in physiology at Georgetown University. She received her medical degree at Wake Forest University.
She completed residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in hematology-oncology at Wake Forest University.