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Jerry E. Squires, M.D., Ph.D. - Medical Director of Transfusion Service

Jerry E. Squires, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Medical Director of Transfusion Medicine
Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Office: Childrens Hospital Room 208A3
Phone: (843) 792-4150
Fax: (843) 792-6629


Transfusion Medicine


B.A., 1967, Washington & Jefferson College
Ph.D, 1972, Yale University
M.D., 1978, West Virginia University
MBA, 1994, Queens College (Charlotte)
Residency: University of Virginia, Department of Pathology


Blood Utilization
Transfusion Complications


  1. Brooks S and Squires JE. Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn caused by anti-Lan. Transfusion (accepted for publication). 2013
  2. Squires JE. Passenger lymphocyte syndrome; a case report involving non-ABO antibodies. Transfusion Medicine and Hemotherapy (accepted for publication). 2013
  3. Rourk A and Squires JE. The implication of Kidd blood group in renal transplantation. Immunohematology. 28(3):91-94. 2012
  4. Alexander ET, Towery JA, Miller AN, Kramer C, Hogan KR, Squires JE, Stuart RK, Costa LJ. Beyond CD34+ cell dose: impact of method of peripheral blood hematopoietic stem cell mobilization on the number of CFU-GM, engraftment, and day +100 hematopoietic graft function. Transfusion. 51:1995-2000. 2011
  5. Squires JE. Risks of Transfusion. Southern Medical Journal. 104(11): 762-769. 2011
  6. Hsia T-Y, McQuinn TC, Mukherjee R, Deardorff RL, Squires JE, Stroud RE, Crawford FA, Bradley SM, Reeves ST, Spinale FG. Effects of Aprotinin or tranexamic acid on proteolytic/cytokine profiles in infants after cardiac surgery. Ann Thorac Surg. 89: 1843-1852. 2010


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