Mitchell Sabloff MD FRCPC

Faculty Career Path: Clinician Investigator

Dr. Sabloff is an assistant professor of Medicine and a clinical hematologist in the Division of Hematology and the Director of the Leukemia Program at the Ottawa Hospital. He completed a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree and then obtained his medical degree at McGill University.  He then trained at Queen’s University in Internal Medicine and completed his Hematology and Stem Cell Transplant training at the University of Ottawa. Since starting on staff at the Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa in 2002, he has focused his practice on malignant hematology. In 2006, he became the Director of the LeukemiaProgram and has taken many steps to improve the care of patients with acute leukemia and myelodysplasia in the Ottawa region. He has developed a specialized multidisciplinary clinic for these patients which has helped to streamline their care. He has been instrumental at helping to set up two support groups for these patients. Dr. Sabloff has developed databases and helped start the Malignant Hematology Tissue Bank at the Ottawa Hospital, both of which serve to support research in the area.   He has initiated clinical trials with others both locally as well as across other centres, nationally and internationally. Dr. Sabloff has published a number of papers in major hematology journals based on local as well as national and international data collaborating with others inthe area sof acute leukemia, aplastic anemia and stem cell transplantation