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Dr. Ramasamy undertook his general medical training in Nottingham, followed by early haematology training at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. 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. After this, he completed three years as a clinical research fellow at Kings College London in cancer studies; pursuing his interest in cancer research. He now practices across both Oxford University Hospital NHS trust and Royal Berkshire in Haematology.
Dr. Ramasamy is the myeloma lead for Thames Valley Cancer network. He is a Chief Investigator of UK multicentre trials and has published more than 75 peer-reviewed articles and written chapters in haemato-oncology textbooks; continuing his passion for research and ensuring he is abreast of the newest information and cutting edge technologies to offer his patients the best possible diagnosis and treatment.
Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
- Blood transfusion
- Haematological oncology
- Bone marrow transplantation
- Haematological oncology; general haematology
- Blood disorders
- Blood cancer
- Plasma cell dyscrasias
- PhD University of London 2012
- FRCPath Royal College of Pathologists 2007
- FRCP Royal College of Physicians 2015
- MBBS 1998
- Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP),
- Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPath),
- Member, National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) UK Myeloma Research Alliance,
- Executive Member, UK Myeloma Forum
- Member, American Society for Haematology, British Society of Haematology, and the British Society of Bone and Marrow Transplantation.