Elizabeth Reed, M.D.
Professor, Internal Medicine
Division of Hematology & Oncology
UNMC Oncology/Hematology Division
987680 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 681980-7680
Main practice location:
Peggy D. Cowdery Patient Care Center
Lied Transplant Center
987835 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-7835
Cancer Center at Village Pointe
111 North 175th Street
Omaha, NE 68118
Hastings College, Hastings, NE, B.A. (cum laude), (1977)
University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha, NE, M.D., (1980)
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE, Resident, (1983)
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE, Fellow, (1985)
University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Senior Fellow, (1988)
The Nebraska Medical Center University Hospital
Dr. Reed is an Associate Professor and has been a member of UNMC faculty since 1988. She completed her residency and oncology fellowship at UNMC and also completed a fellowship in infectious disease at the University of Washington in Seattle. Dr. Reed is a known expert in the care and treatment of patients with breast cancer. She is the Medical Director of the Breast Cancer Program at UNMC and is an active member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Dr. Reed is an active member of several hospital committees involved in assuring quality care at UNMC. She is also a great teacher and researcher and has published over 60 manuscripts in various scientific journals.
McGuire TR, Tarantolo S, Reed E: Peripheral blood progenitor cells: enabling outpatient transplantation. Pharmacotherapy 18(1 Pt 2):17S-23S, 1998.
Reed E, Armitage JO: Stem cell transplant at home: Glimpse of the future. Ann Oncol 10(5) 493-494, 1999.
O’Kane Murphy B, Joshi S, Kessinger A, Reed E, Sharp JG: A murine model of bone marrow micrometastasis in breast cancer. Clin & Exp Metastasis, 19:561-569, 2002.
Reed E, Kessinger A, Murphy B, Tarantolo S, Traystman M, Sharp JG: Occult tumor cells detected in autologous blood stem cell harvests have no impact on 5 year outcomes for breast cancer patients with 4-9 positive nodes treated with adjuvant high-dose therapy and stem cell transplantation. Bone Marrow Transpl, 31:571-574, 2003.
Carlson RW, Anderson BO, Burstein HJ, Cox CE, Edge SB, Farrar WB, Goldstein LJ, Gradishar WJ, Hayes DF, Hudis C, Jahanzeb M, Ljung BM, Marks LB, McCormick B, Nabell LM, Pierce LJ, Reed EC, Silver SM, Smith ML, Somlo G, Therlault RL, Ward JH, Winer EP, Wolff AC: Breast Cancer. J Natl Compr Canc Netw May 3(3):238-289, 2005.
Ganti AK, Lee SJ, Vose JM, Devetten MP, Bociek RG, Armitage JO, Bierman PJ, Maness LJ, Reed EC, Loberiza FR Jr. Outcomes after hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation for hematologic malignancies in patients with or without advance care planning. J Clin Oncol. 25:5643-8, 2007.
Carlson RW, Anderson BO, Burstein HJ, Carter WB, Edge SB, Farrar WB, Goldstein LJ, Gradishar WJ, Hayes DF, Hudis CA, Jahanzeb M, Ljung BM, Kiel K, Marks LB, McCormick B, Nabell LM, Pierce LJ, Reed EC, Silver SM, Smith ML, Somlo G, Theriault RL, Ward JH, Winer EP, Wolff AC. Invasive breast cancer. J Natl Compr Canc Netw. 5:246-312. 2007.
Schwartz S, Reed E: Poor efficacy of amphotericin B based therapy in CNS aspergillosis. Mycoses. J Compilation 50:196-200, 2007.
Nusair A, Jourdan D, Medcalf S, Marion N, Iwen PC, Fey PD, Reed E, Langnas A, Rupp ME. Infection control experience in a cooperative care center for transplant patients. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. 29:424-429. 2008.
Gulen D, Abe F, Maas S, Reed E, Cowan K, Pirruccello S, Wisecarver J, Warkentin P, Northam M, Turken O, Coskun U, Senesac J, Talmadge JE. Closing the manufacturing process of dendritic cell vaccines transduced with adenovirus vectors. Int Immunopharmacol. 8:1728-36. 2008.
- Breast Cancer
Stem Cell Transplantation
- Thoracic Oncology
- Urologic Oncology
- Partners & Facilities