Appalachian Blood Services Region
E. Mary O’Neill, M.D.
Dr. Mary O’Neill is Vice President for the American Red Cross Blood Services, East Division, which includes 12 blood regions from Maine to South Carolina. Prior to her appointment in 2004, Dr. O’Neill served as CEO and Medical Director for the former New England Region.
Dr. O’Neill has a medical degree from the University College Cork Medical School in Cork, Ireland. She was a Resident in anatomical pathology at The Mallory Institute of Pathology in Boston, Massachusetts and clinical pathology at the University Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. O’Neill served as the Registrar for the Blood Transfusion Service Board in Cork, Ireland and was a Fellow in clinical chemistry at the University Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. O’Neill is board certified in Anatomical Pathology, Clinical Pathology and Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine. She has served as a Teaching Fellow and Assistant Professor of Pathology at Boston University School of Medicine and as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pathology at Dartmouth Hitchcock School of Medicine in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Dr. O’Neill currently serves on the Board of Directors for both the AABB (formerly the American Association of Blood Banks) and the National Blood Foundation.
Page has been a part of the blood banking industry since she graduated from the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) in Richmond with a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology. She subsequently worked in the MCV Hospital Blood Bank for just over ten years in positions of increasing responsibility.
|Lou Ann “Lanne” Maes, M.D., M.S.
Medical Director, Mid-Atlantic Blood Services Region
Joining the American Red Cross Mid-Atlantic Blood Services Region in 2010, Dr. Lou Ann “Lanne” Maes earned a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Science, a Masters of Science in Immunology & Microbiology, and her Medical Degree from the University of Arkansas. Dr. Maes studied Transfusion Medicine at the University of Iowa. During her residency in Anatomic Pathology at the University of Arkansas, she continued her research studying the immunologic and cellular aspects of B lymphocyte development and multiple myeloma. She studied Fine Arts for five years at both the College of William and Mary and the prestigious Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, and attended graduate school in Counseling with an emphasis in Creative Therapies at the University of South Florida.
Dr. Maes has served in various faculty appointments and has received multiple prestigious awards during her career. Dr. Maes has also co-authored and authored many articles, book chapters, and even has created medical illustrations which have been published. She is affiliated with both the Eastern Virginia Medical School, and Eastern Carolina University, teaching and supervising medial students, residents, and fellows. In addition, she holds active medical appointments in 10 hospitals, including Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters. Dr. Maes is board-certified in Clinical Pathology and in Transfusion Medicine. She is a fellow in the College of American Pathology and the American Society of Clinical Pathology (FCAP, FASCP).
She serves as a member of the Transfusion Medicine/ Blood Management Committees for an additional 5 hospitals in the Mid-Atlantic Region. She has given numerous Grand Rounds and education seminars to many other hospitals. Dr. Maes' services as a Transfusion Medicine expert has been frequently called upon to provide consultation for our customers regarding patient management and procedure review. She continues to conduct scientific and clinical research in the field of Transfusion Medicine, Immunology, and Cellular/Stem Cell Biology. Dr. Maes’ research continues to focus on immunology/cellular basic science research as well as the development and qualification of medical products and technology and their application to clinical care and management. For the last seven years, she has served as an active member of the American Association of Blood Banks Abstract Review Committee for the Annual Meeting and as an AABB/CAP Hospital Lab Inspector.