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Steven A. Baker

Steven A. Baker, MD, PhD

Languages spoken: English
  • Dr. Steven Baker is a clinical pathologist specializing in transfusion medicine and hemostasis. Dr. Baker obtained a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Cornell University in 2005. He completed his MD and PhD training in the combined MSTP at Baylor College of Medicine in 2014. He then performed a residency in clinical pathology at Stanford University, before an instructorship in coagulation and fellowship training in transfusion medicine, also at Stanford. He joined the faculty of the University of Utah Department of Pathology as an Assistant Professor in 2021. He currently serves as the Associate Medical Director of Transfusion Medicine and Director of the Transfusion Residency Training Program.

    Specialties

    • Pathology, Clinical
  • Dr. Steven Baker is a clinical pathologist specializing in transfusion medicine and hemostasis. Dr. Baker obtained a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Cornell University in 2005. He completed his MD and PhD training in the combined MSTP at Baylor College of Medicine in 2014. He then performed a residency in clinical pathology at Stanford University, before an instructorship in coagulation and fellowship training in transfusion medicine, also at Stanford. He joined the faculty of the University of Utah Department of Pathology as an Assistant Professor in 2021. He currently serves as the Associate Medical Director of Transfusion Medicine and Director of the Transfusion Residency Training Program.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Pathology -Primary

    Education history

    Fellowship Transfusion Medicine - Stanford University School of Medicine Fellow
    Clinical Pathology - Stanford University School of Medicine Resident
    Doctoral Training Developmental Biology Program - Baylor College of Medicine Ph.D.
    Medicine - Baylor College of Medicine M.D.
    Undergraduate Biological Sciences - Cornell University B.S.