The Science Behind Blood Clotting
James V. Neel Distinguished Professor of Internal Medicine and Human Genetics
Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor of Medicine
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator
Dr. Ginsburg’s clinical specialty is in hematology, and in the laboratory, he is studying components of the blood
clotting system to understand the genes and biomolecules that control the blood-clotting response, stroke, and heart disease. Using state-of-the-art genomic methods, he has identified novel genes that are paving the way for improved diagnosis and the development of novel therapeutics to treat human bleeding and blood clotting disorders.