Dr Jonathan Sive: Haematology

Dr Jonathan Sive


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Specialises in

  • General
  • Haemato-oncology

About me

I am a Consultant Haematologist at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of blood disorders, with specific expertise in the treatment of myeloma and leukaemia.

After qualifying, I undertook specialist training in haematology at University College London Hospital and carried out a PhD in Molecular Haematology at Cambridge University, using genomic technologies to better understand the mechanisms of leukaemia development.

I am a member of the British Society for Haematology (BSH), the UK Myeloma Forum and the UK Myeloma Research Alliance. I am currently the chair of the BSH guidelines group for the initial treatment of myeloma, and am the author of numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters.

Areas of interest

Haematological malignancy; myeloma; leukaemia; myelodysplasia; myeloproliferative neoplasms; general haematology (including investigation and management of anaemia, high and low white cell counts, neutropenia, high and low platelet counts, iron deficiency, paraproteins)

Medical secretaries

  • Stephen Evans
  • 15th Floor University College Hospital HCA Healthcare UK at University College Hospital 235 Euston Road London NW1 2BU
  • 020 3447 1719
  • 020 3447 1720
  • stephen.evans14@nhs.net
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Procedures completed

  • W3650

    Diagnostic aspiration and trephine biopsy of bone marrow, including analysis - (1-5)

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