Pediatric Leukemia/Lymphoma Services

From initial diagnosis through survivorship, children and adolescents with leukemia or lymphoma receive comprehensive, state-of-the-art care. Access to cutting-edge therapeutic protocols and new medications is available to our patients by participation in Children's Oncology Group and Dana Farber Leukemia Consortium treatment studies. Families may also participate in Hasbro Children's Hospital-initiated clinical trials.

Director: Jennifer Welch, MD  

Pediatric Neuro-Oncology

Specialists in pediatric neuro-oncology, pediatric neurosurgeons and pediatric radiation oncologists work together to diagnose and treat our patients with brain tumors.

Director: Bradley DeNardo, MD

Pediatric Solid Tumors

Our patients benefit from a multidisciplinary team with broad expertise, including pediatric oncologists, orthopedic oncologists, pediatric surgeons, radiation oncologists, pediatric radiologists and pathologists with expertise in sarcomas and special expertise in rehabilitation by physical therapists.

Director: Bradley DeNardo, MD

Bleeding Disorders: Hemophilia and Hemostasis Program

The Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center is a federally funded comprehensive center for the screening, diagnosis and treatment of patients with hemophilia, other bleeding disorders and thrombotic disorders. Our team includes physicians, nurses, physical therapists and a clinical social worker and counselor, providing the highest quality of care through a multidisciplinary approach to health and well-being. More about the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center at Rhode Island Hospital

Director: Geoffrey Allen, MD

Hematology:Hemoglobinopathy Service (Sickle Cell Disease, Thalessemias)

The Sickle Cell and Thalassemia Program provides comprehensive care for children with hemoglobinopathies. Both outpatient and inpatient care are available in a supportive, respectful atmosphere. Our team often meets the family at birth (or even sooner, with prenatal diagnosis) and provides care into adulthood. Multidisciplinary care is carefully coordinated among the families, schools, physicians and nurses with many different areas of expertise. More about the Hemoglobinopathy Service.

Director: Anjulika Chawla, MD


The CHAMPS (Comprehensive Health Assessment and Management for Pediatric Cancer Survivors) Program provides health assessment, education about late effects, counseling, and management of conditions that arise following cancer treatment.  Anyone who was treated for cancer as a child or adolescent, is cancer-free, and who is five or more years past diagnosis can participate in the CHAMPS Program. More about the CHAMPS program.

Director: Jennifer Welch, MD

Fertility Preservation Program

For some children diagnosed with cancer, their ability to have their own children in the future may be threatened. Although our first goal is to cure the child's cancer, we take every opportunity to maximize the chance for fertility preservation. Possible concerns for each child's future fertility are considered when planning individual treatments, and we have several active research studies underway that focus on this important area of survivorship.

Director: Jennifer Welch, MD