Dr Carolyn Millar: Haematology

Dr Carolyn Millar



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Carolyn Millar was appointed Clinical Senior Lecturer in Haematology and Consultant Haematologist at Imperial College, London in 2008. Following undergraduate medical training in Newcastle from where she graduated with honours, Dr Millar completed postgraduate medical training at University College London, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London and St George’s hospital. She trained in haematology at the Hammersmith, Great Ormond Street and Royal Free hospitals, where she undertook her doctoral research investigating the role of glycans in von Willebrand factor and von Willebrand disease. Dr Millar has continued to study the configuration, function and kinetics of von Willebrand factor, which has included development of a novel flow-based platelet adhesion assay. She has published widely in international journals and has authored several book chapters. As well as von Willebrand disease, her clinical interests include obstetric haemostasis, rare bleeding disorders, haemophilia and anticoagulant therapy. Dr Millar has led on the UK surveillance of vCJD in patients with bleeding disorders since 2002. She is the clinical lead for haematology and holds several teaching and supervisory positions within Imperial College.

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Disorders of haemostasis; Bleeding disorders; Thombotic disorders; Anticoagulation; Obstetric haematology

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