Dr Karthik Ramasamy
MBBS, MRCP, FRCPath, PhD
I undertook my general medical training at Nottingham followed by early haematology training at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. I subsequently moved to London in 2002 and undertook a comprehensive haematology training programme encompassing all subspecialties of haematology, including bone marrow transplantation at Kings College Hospital. Following this, I completed three years as clinical research fellow at Kings College London in cancer studies. I now work across both Royal Berkshire and Oxford University Hospital NHS trusts in the field of haematology.
I am the myeloma lead for Thames Valley Cancer network. I am a Chief Investigator of UK multicentre trials and have published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles and written chapters in haemato oncology textbooks.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Karthik Ramasamy at Spire include:
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American Society of Haematology
British Society of Haematology
British Society of Bone marrow Transplantation
UK Myeloma Forum
Royal Berkshire Hospital NHS Trust and Oxford University Hospitals