More About Me

Dr. Staron has a deep commitment to serving patients and families who are affected by various hematologic diseases and who come from diverse backgrounds, drawing upon his own upbringing in an immigrant family. His main research interest is in AL amyloidosis—a rare plasma cell disorder that leads to the accumulation of abnormal immunoglobulin light chain proteins in organs. He has been the lead author on several publications in peer-reviewed journals and given presentations related to AL amyloidosis at international scientific meetings. Dr. Staron helps to oversee the clinical database at the Boston University Amyloidosis Center and is directly involved in research projects utilizing this resource. He is also a member of the International Society of Amyloidosis and a peer-reviewer for several journals.
  • Administrative Title

    Assistant Professor of Medicine, Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
  • Residency

    Boston Medical Center
  • Special Interests

    Benign and malignant hematology
  • Languages

    Polish
  • Research

    AL amyloidosis; trends and disease outcomes; measurable residual disease assessment; health disparities.