The non-malignant haematology research team is based at Manchester Royal Infirmary and carries out research and trials in order to develop new therapies, to improve patients’ quality of life.
- Early phase clinical trials of haemostatic agents
- Gene therapy
- Quality of life studies
- Epidemiology, natural history and treatment complications of bleeding disorders
- Von Willebrand’s disease
- Associated clotting disorders
- Sickle Cell disease
If you are interested in finding out more about clinical research and how you can get involved, please ask a member of your medical team or visit our get involved page.