Meet the Marrow Donor Program Staff
Christian Cable, M.D.
Dr. Cable is a graduate of Texas A&M College of Medicine in College Station and completed an Internal Medicine Residency and Medical Oncology Fellowship at Scott & White Memorial Hospital.
Following a Bone Marrow Transplant Clinical Fellowship at the University of Florida, he returned to Scott & White as the Director of the Blood & Marrow Transplant Program as well as Medical Director of the Marrow Donor Program.
Debbie Mabry, M(ACSP)I,SI
Debbie came to Scott & White in 1975 after obtaining a degree in Microbiology from Texas Tech University. Prior to coming to the Marrow Donor Program, she was a technologist in the Scott & White Tissue Culture Laboratory and later, the supervisor of the Immunology Laboratory.
Debbie was named coordinator of the Marrow Donor Program when Scott & White became a donor center for the National Marrow Donor Program in 1994 and is now the program manager.
Matthew Shirley, B.S.
Search and Retention Specialist
Matthew was introduced to the Scott & White Marrow Donor Program in the fall of 201, while completing an internship with the Scott & White Marrow Donor Program. After graduation, Matthew accepted a position with the Marrow Donor Program as our Search and Retention Specialist.
Matthew is usually the first point of contact that a matched donor has with the Marrow Donor Program. He also educates the community on the importance of joining the marrow registry and keeping your address current at all times.
Community Engagement Representative - Bryan/College Station and the Brazos Valley
Lindsey joined the Scott & White Marrow Donor Program in 2013 as the community engagement representative for our College Station Donor Center after graduating from Sam Houston State UniversityTexas A&M University with a degree in Health.
Lindsey is the point of contact for organizations, churches, schools and community groups in the Brazos Valley who wish to set up local drive to register donors for the National Marrow Donor Program Registry.
Community Engagement Representative - Temple, Killeen and Waco Area
Stephanie Jardot joined the Scott & White Marrow Donor Program in 2010 as the community engagement representative in the Temple and Waco region. She is a graduate of Virginia College at Austin.
Stephanie is the point of contact for organizations, churches, schools and community groups who wish to set up local drive to register donors for the National Marrow Donor Program Registry.
Special Events Coordinator
Nancy has been a volunteer for the Scott & White Marrow Donor Program for several years, helping with the Lone Star Circle of Life and the Miracle Match Marathon. She is now one of our community engagement representatives as well as special events coordinator.
Nancy was named Race Director for the Miracle Match Marathon in 2008. Nancy is the point of contact for organizations, churches, schools and community groups who wish to volunteer for the Lone Star Circle of Life or the Miracle Match Marathon.