Teresa Miceli, RN

Ms. Miceli is a 28-year nurse veteran in the area of Blood and Marrow Transplantation. Her current role is that of a BMT RN Care Coordinator for the Adult Program at Mayo Clinic-Rochester, MN. She is well recognized for her extensive experience in autologous and allogeneic Blood and Marrow Transplantation.

Her areas of professional interests include multiple myeloma, side effect management, survivorship, and stem cell transplantation. She has authored journal articles, and is a national and international speaker at professional society meetings and patient symposia on these topics.

Ms. Miceli is a charter member of the Nurse Leadership Board of the International Myeloma Foundation. She is the facilitator of the Multiple Myeloma Sharing Sessions in Rochester, MN, a support group for myeloma survivors and caregivers.

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Sneak Peak

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The 62nd annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) does not officially start until 12.4.2020. However, the multiple myeloma experts are always ahead of the curve, having the International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG) “breakfast” meeting 12.2.2020. This year, the meeting was again led by Dr. Brian Durie and Dr. Vincent Rajkumar. The International […]

T-Cells and The Mob: What are T Cells?

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In our Support Group Leader team discussion, the subject of T-Cells came up, naturally, with the many abstracts focusing on Chimeric Antigen Receptor-T Cell (CAR-T) therapy at the 62nd Annual American Society (ASH) meeting. What was appreciated is that there are many types of T-Cells, and people wanting to know more about their function. To […]

Hope in the Darkness

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It is hard to know what to expect from this year’s American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting. The 62nd Annual Meeting & Exposition was to be held in San Diego, probably my most favorite location for this meeting.  The weather is most often warm, especially compared to Rochester, MN, and the atmosphere is filled with […]