Cecilia Rosand, BS, MMSc, PA-C

Titles and Roles

Physician Assistant
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University
Physician Assistant
Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Center

Biography

As a Physician Assistant, Ms. Rosand joined the Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant program at Winship Cancer Institute in 2013. Her focus is in managing lymphoma patients that are enrolled on clinical trial or off clinical trial as Dr. Christopher Flowers' advanced practitioner. Her other focus is in managing complex bone marrow transplant patients and possible post transplant complications such as graft versus host disease.  Lastly, she is Dr. Edmund Waller's advanced practitioner in his clinic which sees a wide array of diseases such as germ cell cancer and sickle cell disease in addition to leukemia and lymphoma that may require a stem cell transplant. 

Education

Ms. Rosand graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor's in Chemistry and a Minor in Biology. She then attended Nova Southeastern University for her Master's in Medical Science and is a certified Physician Assistant.

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