Dr. Joshi is a hematologist who is actively involved in the care of children with diverse hematological issues. Her clinical interests lie in the care of patients with Bone Marrow Failure syndromes and Cytopenias. She also consults on and manages the care of children undergoing therapeutic plasmapheresis. She is the institutional collaborator on national apheresis committees that are identifying and developing paradigms to improve the care of patients undergoing these procedures. Her research interests include therapeutic apheresis, bone marrow failure syndromes and quality of care for patients with these conditions. She received her medical degree from the B.J. Medical College/University of Pune, India in 1988. She completed her General Pediatrics residency at the University of Illinois in Chicago where she also served as Chief resident in Pediatrics. She underwent her fellowship training in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology/BMT at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles/ USC program in Los Angeles. Prior to joining Nationwide Children’s, she was a pediatric faculty member at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and WVU Charleston. She has been in practice since 2001 and loves taking care of children with blood diseases and or cancer.