Neil Shah

Pathologist, Transfusion medicine specialist

Clinical Assistant Professor, Pathology

Professional Education

Fellowship: University of Texas Sourthwestern Medical Center (2013) TX

Residency: University of Texas Sourthwestern Medical Center (2012) TX

Medical Education: University of Texas Sourthwestern Medical School (2009) TX

B.S., Duke University, Biochemistry, Health Policy (2005)

Administrative Appointments

Associate Director of Clinical Laboratory Informatics, Stanford University Medical Center (2014 - Present)

Medical Director of Referral (Send Out) Testing, Stanford University Medical Center (2013 - Present)

Medical Director of Informatics for Transfusion Services, Stanford University Medical Center (2013 - Present)

Restrictive blood transfusion practices are associated with improved patient outcomes.
Goodnough, L. T., Maggio, P., Hadhazy, E., Shieh, L., Hernandez-Boussard, T., & Shah, N. (2014). Restrictive blood transfusion practices are associated with improved patient outcomes. Transfusion.

Role of ADAMTS13 in the management of thrombotic microangiopathies including thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP)
Shah, N., Rutherford, C., Matevosyan, K., Shen, Y.-M., & Sarode, R. (2013). Role of ADAMTS13 in the management of thrombotic microangiopathies including thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP). BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY, 163(4), 514-519.

Warfarin reversal: schism between clinical practice and published guidelines
Shah, N., & Sarode, R. (2013). Warfarin reversal: schism between clinical practice and published guidelines. TRANSFUSION, 53(3), 476-479.

Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpurawhat is new?
Shah, N., & Sarode, R. (2013). Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpurawhat is new?. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL APHERESIS, 28(1), 30-35.