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Dr Abdul Ali Shlebak

Abdul Shlebak

Haematology

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About me

Dr Shlebak attained MBChB in 1986 with first honours and best graduate prize. Completed general medical training in Edinburgh & South Wales (MRCP 1991) he joined the Haematology department in Glasgow and then Liverpool (DRCPath and MRCPath 1995). He joined the Royal Postgraduate Medical School (RPMS) at Hammersmith Hospital as a lecturer in 1996-1998 and undertook research in cord blood progenitor stem cells (M.D degree University of London in 2000) whilst running the MSc programme in Haematology. He was appointed as a consultant and honorary senior lecturer at St Mary's hospital in 1998. He led on transfusion, haemostasis & thrombosis including anticoagulation, and obstetric haematology. He is the lead for Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust haematology diagnostic services since its inception in 2008 and currently leads on haematology & Blood transfusion pathology services (North West London Pathology since 2017) modernisation. He is Imperial Haematology training programme (since 2014) Unit Training lead (UTL) and chair for local faculty group (LFG). He is an Imperial College undergraduate teacher and a co-convenor of BSc haemostats module. He is an examiner for the Royal College of Pathologists. Led as the national haematology expert for the RCPath National Medical Laboratory Catalogue (NMLC).

Expertise
Thrombosis, anticoagulation, obstetric haematology, bleeding tendency, general & laboratory haematology.

Research & publications
Research interests include the prevention of venous thromboembolism, haemostatic aspects of recurrent miscarriages and pregnancy loss with earlier contribution to the effects of pregnancy on the quality of cord blood progenitor cells.

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Areas of interest

DVT
Pulmonary Embolism,
Arterial thrombosis,
Anticoagulation,
Thrombophilia,
Obstetric haematology,
Bleeding tendency,
General haematology,
Thrombocytopenia
Anaemia
MGUS
Interpretation and diagnosis of laboratory haematology.

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