Joana M. Mack, MD, is an assistant professor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences practicing at Arkansas Children's Hospital. She is a pediatric hematologist-oncologist and joined the group in 2018 after completing her residency and fellowship training at Arkansas Children's Hospital. She is also the Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship program director and is actively involved in educating trainees. She is a member of the Vascular Anomalies Center and provides care for these complex patients.
Dr. Mack leads several research studies in the treatment of patients with Vascular Anomalies. She is a member of the Consortium of iNvestigators of Vascular AnomalieS (CaNVAS) and leads a multi-institutional study evaluating the quality of life in patients with vascular malformations.
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When your child is diagnosed with hemophilia or a bleeding disorder, the experts at the Arkansas Center for Bleeding Disorders work with you and your child to create a care plan that keeps your child healthy while living life to the fullest.
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