Tianna Hogan is the Compliance Director and a Research Associate at the Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute, a federally funded Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) of Excellence in Peoria, Illinois. She oversees their state and federal compliance programs, conducts principle investigator initiated research studies and directs their pharmacy accreditation program. Tianna has conducted a national survey for publication which she presented at the Thrombosis and Hemostasis Society of North America Summit (2016) with the renowned hematologist, Dr. Michael D. Tarantino. She frequently travels all over the US and internationally to participate in clinical trial investigator meetings, data summits and to advocate for the bleeding disorders community in Washington, DC.
She completed her associate’s degree as a dual sport athlete at Green River Community College in Auburn, WA. She transferred to ISU where she studied Sociology and Minored in Psychology. While pursuing her degree as a full time student, Tianna also worked at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center as a Concierge and served at a local restaurant.
Tianna is now 26 and has been working at the Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute for two years. She lives by the mottos, ‘worker smarter, not harder,’ and ‘collect memories, not things.’ In her spare time you will find her on the volleyball court, spending time with her family and traveling.