Dr Kate Stringaris is a Consultant Haematologist and Clinician Scientist with many years clinical experience in the treatment of blood disorders using chemotherapy, cellular therapies and stem cell transplantation.
Dr Stringaris earned her primary medical qualification at University College London. She completed her general medical training at St George’s Hospital and undertook her specialist haematology training at the Royal Free Hospital and Hammersmith Hospitals. She went on to complete a PhD in Leukaemia at Imperial College London and was appointed Senior Clinical Lecturer, attending as Consultant Haematologist at St Bart’s Hospital London.
Dr Stringaris travelled to the USA to continue her research, investigating immune defects in leukemia and transplantation immunology as a senior research physician at the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health. Her work focused on stem cell therapies, natural killer cell immunity and novel immune therapies for acute myeloid leukaemia.
Dr Kate Stringaris specialises in the following areas:
• Myelodysplastic Syndrome
• Cellular Therapies
• Stem Cell Transplantation
• Novel Immune therapies for Acute Myeloid Leukemia
• Natural killer cell immunity