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Centre for Haematological Research and Education - The Haematology Project 


SMC Centre for Haematological Research and Education


Project Code:  SMC/Haema/003127/1988


 Background to the Project:


The Haematology, Serology, Onco – Haematology, immunohematology, and Blood Transfusion Research Centre was established in October 1988.  Its aim is to promote, undertake and maintain high quality in haematological and blood transfusion clinical and scientific projects through research, innovations and education.   The Research Team Members have been expanding since 1988 to date, and comprises of experienced medical researchers, project managers,  medico legal experts, specialists and trainee specialists, including postgraduate research students/trainee specialist in the subject areas.


Scope of Research:


The scope of the research projects is vast, and covers Haematology, Serology, Onco – Haematology, immunohematology and Blood Transfusion Medicine research projects.  These are stated below.


Research Projects in Haematology, Serology, Onco – Haematology, immunohematology and Blood Transfusion Medicine.

These comprise of the following projects:


  • Treating bleeding disorders such as hemophilia and idiopathic thrombocytopenic       purpura.
  • treating hematological malignancies such as lymphoma and leukemia (cancers)
  • Treating haemoglobinopathies such as sickle cell diseases, thalassaemia etc. 
  • The science of blood transfusion and the work of a blood bank.
  • Bone marrow and stem cell transplantations.
  • Myeloprolifeartive disorders/neoplasms
  • Immunohaematology
  • Central Nervous System (CNS) Lymphoma
  • Burkitt Lymphoma
  • Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL)
  • Multiple Myeloma
  • Advances in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia – Diagnosis and long term management
  • Advances in Haemoglobinopathies – Diagnosis and long term management.
  • Childhood Leukaemia   – Diagnosis and long term management.
  • Anaemia - – Diagnosis and long term management
  • Emerging haematological issues




The Project Team


  • Project Team Manager:


  • Dr Martin Morgan


  • Principal Investigator:


  • Professor Dr Daniella E.C.C.O.H Kingsley-Godwin


Project Team Members:


The Project Team Members include:


  • Dr Martin Morgan, MD, PhD, Research Manager in Haematological Diseases, Serology, Immunohaematology and Blood Transfusion  and Surgery - Team member since 1988.
  • Dr Susan Adams, MD, PhD, Healthcare Manager at the Medical and Social Care Services of the London Medical Academy – Team member since 1990
  • Professor Joshua Godwin, LLB (Hons) MPHIL, PhD, Team member since 1993.
  • Dr Michael Farrell, MD, PhD Postgraduate Tutor at Santa Maria College - Team member since 1991.
  • Professor Dr Daniella Kingsley, BSc (Hons), MSc, MMED, MMedSci, MD, PhD (Team member since 1988.
  • Dr Julie Smith,  BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, Executive Medical and Social Care Director, Association of Health Care Professionals (AHCP) - Team member since 1998.
  • Dr Maria Jana Kingsley-Godwin, BSc (Hons), MMedSci (Distinction), MD (Distinction), PhD level studies candidate, London Medical Academy and a Medical Writer/Editor - Team Member since 2021.
  • Other International Research Team Members – from 1990 to date


The members of the research project team have been undertaking various studies and reviews on the subject area and they have published their work and activities widely in the different media, including in medical journals. 


Intercontinental and International Multicentre Projects Collaborating Organisations in Haematological Research Programmes:







Please note that the members of the team are healthcare professionals, researchers and medical writers in their own rights who have motivation and enthusiasm for educating the public and healthcare professionals in order to foster effective community development internationally.  Hence, they have generously contributed their work and project findings to various platforms such Wikipedia, Teaching and Learning Pages etc.  So, if anyone or institution or Organisation have any queries about the published work of any member of the project team, please do contact our Research and Development Services at: .  If it is about a published work in the centre, please contact the publishers of the Journal concerned or the Editorial Team of the Journal concerned.



For More information about the work of the team, please contact: Research and Development Services at:


We are located at:

Various international locations where the Association of Health Care Professionals (AHCP) and International Association of Health Care Professionals (IAHCP) Society members are based.







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