Mary Flowers, M.D., is director of UW Medicine’s Adult Clinical Care Long-Term Follow-Up Program (LTFU) and a UW professor of Medicine and Oncology.
LTFU supports approximately 3,500 bone-marrow and stem-cell transplant survivors as they recover and resume their lives.
Dr. Flowers’ philosophy is based on simple principals: cause no harm, listen carefully to patients, treat the patient and not the test results in isolation, be compassionate and humble and continue on the path to seek for better treatments.
Originally from Brazil, Dr. Flowers earned her M.D. from Universidade Federal De Rio Grande Norte. She is the recipient of the Dr. Ali Al-Johani Award for excellence in clinical care. The focus of Dr. Flowers' clinical-research is the management of chronic graft vs. host-disease, a post-transplant complication.