UNC at Chapel Hill

Fibrin(ogen) and Fibrin(olysis) in Venous Thrombosis and Obesity

May 6, 2020

Alisa Wolberg (UNC, BS ’91, PhD ’96) is Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, UNC Chapel Hill. Her expertise is in coagulation and bleeding and thrombosis models. Her laboratory studies fibrin(ogen), factor XIII, and erythrocytes in thrombosis, female hormones in venous thromboembolism, cancer-associated thrombosis, hemophilia, and factor XI deficiency. Dr. Wolberg is a committed mentor and directs UNC’s T32/Program in Translational Medicine. She is a member of the ISTH Council, HTRS Board of Directors, and ASH Committee on Scientific Affairs, and chairs the ASH task force on the PhD workforce. She is an Associate Editor for Res Pract Thromb Haemost.


fibrinogen, thrombosis, hemostasis, erythrocyte, hemophilia

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