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- Dr. Gerald Sandler Professor of Medicine and Pathology; Director, Transfusion Medicine at Georgetown University Hospital
- Leonard Glantz Professor of Health Law; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Boston University's School of Public Health
- Dr. Christopher Michetti Trauma surgeon; Polyheme trial sub-investigator at Inova Fairfax Hospital
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