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Last updated: 29 Jun 2020
Dr David Wrench MA, MBBChir, FRCPath, PhD is a Consultant Haemato-oncologist who practises at London Bridge Hospital, HCA at Guy's and works in the NHS at Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. His specialist interest is in the diagnosis and treatment of lymphoma. He graduated in medicine from Cambridge University and underwent specialist haematology training in London including St Bartholomew’s, Hammersmith and Royal Free Hospitals. He completed a PhD at Barts Cancer Institute and has published lead scientific papers in lymphoma.
Dr Wrench has led a rapid access diagnostic service for patients who have lumps or masses or other symptoms suspicious for cancer. He is also a haematology lead for clinical governance including patient safety and is lead haematology doctor for a collaborative mind and body programme in Kings Health Partners to help patient well-being.
Dr Wrench's current research interests include the aggressive transformation of lymphoma as well as clinical trials of novel therapy approaches and his clinical interests include haematology, lymphoma, haematological malignancies and rapid access diagnostic and lumps clinic.
Areas of interest
Haematology; Haemato-oncology; Lymphoma; Lumps; Rapid diagnosis; Intrathecal chemotherapy
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant haematologist with subspecialty interest in lymphoma,
Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Transformation of lymphoma
Courses offered to GPs
Approach to managing lumps
Lymphoma: diagnosis and management
- MB BChir Cambridge University 1999
- MA Cambridge University 2001
- MRCP Royal College of Physicians 2002
- FRCPath Royal College of Pathologists 2009
- PhD Barts Cancer Institute, QMUL, University of London 2011
Reference number 4673499
Details of entry to specialist register
- Certificate of Completion of Training, GMC, 2011
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