Dr Gleb Ivanov
MD, PhD, MRCP, FRCPath
I joined Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust, which remains my main NHS base, in 2011. My sub-specialty areas include lymphoma and coagulation disorders, however, as a District General Hospital Haematologist I regularly see patients with a wide variety of blood disorders.
The Clinical Haematology Service at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital covers the investigation and management of anaemias, haematological malignancies (lymphomas, leukaemia, multiple myeloma, myelodysplastic syndromes), myeloproliferative disorders, thrombophilia, bleeding disorders, haemochromatosis, red cell and platelet disorders.
I qualified as a doctor in Minsk, Belarus in 1996 and was awarded a PhD in Haematology/Biochemistry in St Petersburg, Russia for research into the role of calprotectin (one of the proteins in white cells) in haematological conditions. In 1997 I was very fortunate to be awarded the Royal Society Postdoctoral Fellowship to undertake research at the Leucocyte Adhesion Laboratory, Imperial Cancer Research Fund in London.
I then decided to continue my medical career in Haematology and have undergone training in major UK cancer centres, such as the Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton; Christie Hospital, Manchester; University Hospital of Wales and Velindre Hospital, Cardiff. I have completed specialist training in Haematology at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff and was subsequently appointed as a Consultant Haematologist at Southend University Hospital.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Gleb Ivanov at Spire include:
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British Society for Haematology
Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists
Member of the Royal College of Physicians (London)