Dr. Gutman received his BA in history from Princeton University. He completed medical school at New York University, residency at the University of Colorado, and fellowship at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. He returned to the University of Colorado in 2009. He serves as the director of allogeneic stem cell transplantation, co-medical director of the University of Colorado Cord Blood Bank, laboratory medical director of the clinical stem cell laboratory, and chairman of the University of Colorado Cancer Center Protocol Review and Monitoring system. His research focuses on optimization of allogeneic transplantation and immunotherapy with a particular emphasis on cord blood transplantation. He is an ad hoc reviewer for numerous journals and is the principal investigator on numerous clinical trials. In addition he serves on several national committees related to improving stem cell transplantation.
Qualifications and experience
- Cancers, Cancers - Blood and Marrow Transplant, Cancers - Leukemia (Adult Acute), Cancers - Leukemia (Adult Chronic), Cancers - Lymphoma, Cancers - Myeloma, Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology
- Languages spoken
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (2009)
University of Washington Program (2009)
University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (2003)
New York University School of Medicine (2002)
University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (2005)
Princeton University (NJ) (1996)
- Clinical interest for patients
My primary area of interest is cord blood transplantation, and my broader interests include acute leukemias and all aspects of allogeneic stem cell transplantation.
- Research interest for patients
I am focused on clinical research in blood cancers and stem cell transplantation with an emphasis on cord blood transplantation. I am also the co-medical director of the University of Colorado Cord Blood Bank.