Ariela Marshall

Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Transplantation


Administrator Info
Name: Linsey Roschen
Mail: 420 Delaware Street SE, MMC 480, Minneapolis, MN 55455


I am a hematologist specializing in disorders of thrombosis (clotting) and hemostasis (bleeding).  I practice in the inpatient consultative setting, where I help teams manage disorders of thrombosis and hemostasis in hospitalized patients.  I have a specific interest in women's health and how clotting and bleeding disorders are impact and are impacted by issues including menorrhagia, pregnancy, menopause, and gender-affirming hormonal therapy.  In addition to my clinical practice, I am an advocate for women (physicians and patients) and focus my advocacy efforts on gender equity in medicine as well as leadership development for women physicians.

Honors and Awards

2019                Mayo Clinic Graduate Medical Education (GME) Innovation Award;

2017                Mayo Clinic Teacher of the Year Award in Hematology-Oncology;

2017                Mayo Clinic Endowment for Education Research Award;

2015                Mayo Clinic Department of Medicine Innovation Award in Quality Improvement;

2013                Partners Center of Expertise Medical Education Travel Award;

2009                Harvard Medical School Bemy Jelin '91 Prize (overall academic excellence with a career interest in oncology)

Professional Memberships and Affiliations

Women in Medicine 501(c)3: Chief Innovation Officer and Chair of Speakers' Bureau; American Society of Hematology Women in Hematology Working Group:  Co-Chair; American Society of Hematology Maternal Health Task Force; IGNITEMed: Curriculum Chair; American Medical Women's Association

Research Interests

Gender Equity; Women's Health

Clinical Interests

Consultative Classical Hematology; Thrombosis and Hemostasis; Women's Hematology

Academic Interests

Leadership Development; Gender Equity; Women's Health and Advocacy