Largest and Most Accomplished BMT Center in the World
Our Blood and Marrow Transplant program is the oldest and one of the largest, most respected pediatric blood and marrow transplant research programs in the world. Children and adolescents come from around the world to be treated at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.
Under Medical Director John Wagner, M.D., we've continued pioneering leading-edge technology developed by University of Minnesota researchers and physicians. Our work, experience, and knowledge affords our team the ability to continue finding new therapies to the transplantation process.
Over 40 Years of Excellence
University of Minnesota physicians have performed over 5,500 BMTs since performing the world's first successful allogeneic BMT in 1968. See Our Interactive Timeline.
Meet the Team
We offer an approach to treatment that puts your child and family at the center of our comprehensive care through the commitment of our experienced team. Meet Our Team.
Our Children's Hospital
The University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital is internationally renowned for caring for children with common to complex health conditions. Our Facility is a source of hope and healing for children and adolescents and their families. Read More.
Conditions We Treat
Our blood and marrow transplant (BMT) program is one of the most experienced unrelated donor transplant programs in the country. We are also one of the largest umbilical cord blood transplant centers in the world. See All Conditions.