Dr Perla Eleftheriou

Consultant Haematologist

MD, MRCP, FRCPath

Specialties Haematology

Special interests General Haematology, Red Cell Disorders, Haemogloinopathies including Sickle Cell and Thalssaemia, Iron Overload Disorders, Anaemias, Enzymopathies, Membrane Disorders, Secondary Polycythaemia

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    Consultant Haematologist at University College Hospital in London.Area of special interest is Red Cell Disorders, which include haemoglobinopathies and rare anaemias but also polycythaemias and iron overload disorders.

    Graduated from the University of Giessen in Germany in 2000 with excellent grades. Awarded the A.G Leventis Foundation Scholarship for young scientists for 3 consecutive years.Awarded the MRCP by the Royal College of Physicians in 2008 and the FRCPath from the Royal College of Pathologists in 2013. Completed my haematology training as a specialist Registrar at Bartshealth NHS trust and gained a lot of experience in the broad spectrum of malignant and non-malignant haematology, including laboratory diagnostics. In 2006 rewarded with a scholarship for young researchers in Haemoglobinopathies by the European School of Genetics.

    Alongside the regular weekly clinics, running of clinical trials studying new chelators or disease modifying agents in patients with red cell disorders.

    Serving as clinical/scientific adviser to Thalassaemia International Federation ( TIF) and member of the UK Thalassaemia Society.

    Extensive experience in formal and informal teaching. Teach Haematology regularly at UCL and at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine at UCL and visiting lecturer of Haematology at the Nicosia Medical School in Cyprus. International fellowship program leader at UCLH.

    Priority and aim as a consultant is to provide the best standards of care for my patients.

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    General Haematology, Red Cell Disorders, Haemogloinopathies including Sickle Cell and Thalssaemia, Iron Overload Disorders, Anaemias, Enzymopathies, Membrane Disorders, Secondary Polycythaemia

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