Annamaria Gulla, MD
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Annamaria Gulla is an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Dana Farber Cancer Institute. She is a physician-scientist with a strong expertise in both basic and translational research with primary focus on multiple myeloma. She earned her MD degree and completed her clinical/research fellowship in Medical Oncology at Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro in Italy. During her fellowship, she joined the lab of Dr. Ken Anderson, an internationally recognized leader in the field of myeloma; where she returned as post-doctoral research fellow in 2017 after the completion of the clinical training. Since then, she has focused her research on the mechanisms of anticancer immune-surveillance and on the effects of anti-myeloma agents on the immune system. Dr. Gulla has a demonstrated record of accomplished and productive research projects which are currently funded by competitive LLS Career Development Program award and the ASH Scholar Fellow-to-faculty award.