Professor Steve Schey
Professor Steve Schey qualified at St Georges Hospital and later travelled to Australia where he worked at the Institute of Clinical Pathology and Medical Research in Sydney as a Clinical Lecturer in Haematology for 3 years.He returned to the London as the Bone marrow Transplant Co-ordinator at the Royal Free Hospital and then at the Royal Marsden Hospital.He moved to Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital Trust in 1995, initially as Senior Lecturer in Haematology and then as the Director of Clinical Haematology from 1993-2004 and is the Professor of Plasma Cell Dyscrasias at Kings College, London University and Hospital.
Professor Schey is Past President of the British Society for Haematology in 2013 and was Secretary and then Chairman of the UK Myeloma Forum 1999-2009. He became the Clinical Lead for the South East ThamesCancer Network in 2005 and was also a member of the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI), Haemoncology Cancer Steering Group and NCRI Industry Adoption Panel.
He has been the Principle and/or Chief Investigator on over 40 clinical trials locally, nationally and internationally. He was the Lead for the King’s College Hospital Haematology Patient Orientated Clinical Research Programme. His personal research interests are in myeloma and other plasma cell dyscrasias, lymphomas and haemopoeitic stem cell transplantation. He works closely with a dedicated team of specialist healthcare and administrative colleagues to provide a knowledgeable, compassionate and innovative service to patients with haematological disorders.
Myeloma, Immunosecretory disorders, Lymphoproliferative disorders, Haemopoeitic stem cell transplantation and General haematology,
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