Nina Rosa Neuendorff


Biographical Info
Nina Rosa Neuendorff is an internist and haematologist with specific interest in older adults with haematological malignancies. Currently, she works at the University Hospital in Essen (Germany). Before getting into medicine, she studied music. Afterwards, she obtained her medical degree from the University in Marburg spending her subinternships at MSKCC in New York and the Sheffield University Hospital. For her MD thesis, she worked on chromatin remodelling complexes. Her internal medicine training was performed at the Charité University Hospital in Berlin followed by the fellowship in haematology/oncology at the Heidelberg University Hospital. Since this time, she is especially interested in compensation of comorbidities and toxicities in older adults with leukemia and allogeneic stem-cell transplantation as well as clonal haematopoiesis of indeterminate potential. In 2016, she participated in the SIOG Advanced Course in Treviso.