Mark Juckett

Professor of Medicine
Division of Hematology, Oncology, and Transplantation


My practice is committed to caring for people with blood cancers, especially when bone marrow transplantation or cellular therapy is required. We live in an era where the treatment options are expanding rapidly for patients with acute leukemia, myeloid diseases, and other blood cancers. I believe the best care is determined after considering a patient and family's preferences and values. Our Bone Marrow Transplant and Cell Therapy Program at the University of Minnesota strives to provide the best medical care possible through the innovative investigation into new and better treatment options and by incorporating discoveries into our daily medical care.My interest in helping people with blood cancers includes efforts to improve recovery through guided survivorship. The treatment of blood cancers can be a long and challenging journey for some people, who may be cured, but not recovered after treatment is complete. I am interested in developing survivorship care that will give patients and families the tools and support needed to regain a long, happy, and healthy life.

Research Summary

Clinical Trials Supportive Care Treatment Toxicities Survivorship

Clinical Summary

Blood Cancers; Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation