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Robert Molokie, MD

Healthcare Provider
University of Illinois Hospital
5 East
1740 West Taylor Street
Chicago, Illinois, United States

Dr. Robert Molokie is a hematologist and is affiliated with University of Illinois Hospital. His clinical interest lies in the treatment of sickle cell disease. He is also working as an associate professor of medicine at University of Illinois College of Medicine with special interest in sickle cell anemia. Dr. Molokie received his medical degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago and continued on to complete an internal medicine residency at the University as well. He then went on to complete a hematology/oncology fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center.


Representative Publications:

APOL1, α-thalassemia, and BCL11A variants as a genetic risk profile for progression of chronic kidney disease in sickle cell anemia

Efficacy and safety of long-term RN-1 treatment to increase HbF in baboons

Erythropoiesis-stimulating agents in sickle cell anaemia

Increased vancomycin dosing requirements in sickle cell disease due to hyperfiltration-dependent and independent pathways

Management of Sickle Cell Pain Using Pregabalin: A Pilot Study

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