Sabrina Browning, MD, is a hematologist who cares for patients with blood disorders, including multiple myeloma, AL (light-chain) amyloidosis, and other monoclonal gammopathies. She also treats patients with benign hematologic conditions including problems with bleeding and clotting.
Dr. Browning says hematology is a field she has been passionate about ever since “the first time I saw blood cells on a blood smear under the microscope.”
She especially enjoys meeting with patients. She starts each new patient visit by taking the time to actively listen to their stories and concerns. “I feel extremely grateful for the opportunity to build close relationships with my patients and their families as we tackle challenges with their hematologic disorders,” says Dr. Browning. “Hematology is a field where research continues to advance care for patients with both hematologic cancers and benign hematologic conditions, and it is exciting to be able to bring this new knowledge directly to my patients.”
Dr. Browning's clinical and research interests include evaluating new treatments and their impact on quality of life. She has a special interest in inherited risk factors patients may have for developing these disorders, and the management of classical hematology issues, such as bleeding and clotting.
Dr. Browning works closely with colleagues to determine the best treatment strategies and incorporates patient input as well. She tells her patients, “We are a team, and I am committed to working with both you and your family to ensure you receive high-quality and personal care for your hematologic disease.”
Smilow Cancer Hospital, Yale Medicine