- Residency - Medical College of Georgia (2003-2007), Pathology
- Residency - Riverside Family Practice Residency (1999-2001), Family Medicine
- Internship - Riverside Family Practice Residency (1998-1999), Family Medicine
- Fellowship - Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine (2007-2008), Transfusion Medicine Pathology
- Medical School - University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill (1994-1998)
Daniel Noland, M.D.
Medical Director of the Transfusion and Tissue Service at Children"s Medical Center
Dr. Daniel K. Noland is medical director of the Transfusion and Tissue Service at Children’s Medical Center. He is an assistant professor of pathology at UTSW.
Dr. Noland obtained his BS in molecular biology in 1994 at Haverford College (Haverford, Pennsylvania). After finishing his MD at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, North Carolina) in 1998, Dr. Noland completed a family practice internship at Riverside Family Practice (Newport News, Virginia). After switching specialties, Dr. Noland finished Pathology residency at the Medical College of Georgia (Augusta, Georgia) in 2007. In 2008 he completed a Transfusion Medicine Fellowship at Washington University in Saint Louis (Saint Louis, Missouri).
Dr. Noland is the medical director of the Children’s Blood Bank (12,000 transfusions/year) and the associated apheresis service (400 therapeutic procedures/year). His research interests are clinical and translation applications of therapeutic apheresis and pediatric transfusion medicine. Dr. Noland has been appointed to the College of American Pathologist’s 2012 Transfusion Medicine Resource Committee. His academic focus includes the education of medical students, pathology residents and fellows, and pediatric residents and fellows.
- American Society For Apheresis (2010), (ASFA)
- American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) (2007)
- College of American Pathologists (CAP) (2004)
17 Pediatric Transfusion Medicine in Pediatric Laboratory Medicine.
Jones PM, Dietzan DJ, et al. (2017), New York, McGraw Hill Education
- 17 Pediatric Transfusion Medicine in Pediatric Laboratory Medicine.
Comparison of the platelet activation status of single-donor platelets obtained with two different cell separator technologies.
Millar D, Hayes C, Jones J, Klapper E, Kniep JN, Luu HS, Noland DK, Petitti L, Poisson JL, Spaepen E, Ye Z, Maurer-Spurej E, Transfusion 2020 Sep 60 9 2067-2078
Transfusion-Transmitted Malaria: Two Pediatric Cases From the United States and Their Relevance in an Increasingly Globalized World.
Stubbs LA, Price M, Noland D, Fuchs J, Filkins L, McElvania E, Luu HS, Sebert M, Waters A, Hsiang MS, Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society 2021 Sep
Safety and efficacy of plasma exchange in pediatric transverse myelitis.
Noland DK, Greenberg BM Neurology. Clinical practice 2018 Aug 8 4 327-330
Massive transfusion in pediatric trauma: An ATOMAC perspective.
Noland DK, Apelt N, Greenwell C, Tweed J, Notrica DM, Garcia NM, Todd Maxson R, Eubanks JW, Alder AC Journal of pediatric surgery 2018 Oct
Unusual Presentation of Anti-P1 Antibody in a Pediatric Patient
Noland, DK, Zaloga, WF, and Cook, LO ASCP Checksample 4/2007
Intravenous methylprednisolone versus therapeutic plasma exchange for treatment of anti-n-methyl-d-aspartate receptor antibody encephalitis: A retrospective review.
DeSena AD, Noland DK, Matevosyan K, King K, Phillips L, Qureshi SS, Greenberg BM, Graves D Journal of clinical apheresis 2015 Feb
- Comparison of the platelet activation status of single-donor platelets obtained with two different cell separator technologies.
- Therapeutic Apheresis
- Pediatric Transfusion Medicine