Clinics

Consultant in Paediatric Immunology & Bone Marrow Transplantation

 

 

 

Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

Some children are born with defective immune systems and have problems dealing with infections, or develop abnormal responses causing inflammation and autoimmunity. The genetic basis of many of these conditions can now be determined using a combination of gene screening tests and assays to determine immune cell phenotype and function

Immunology

 

Bone & Blood Stem Cell Transplants

 

Where defects of the immune system lead to serious complications, bone marrow transplantation is often considered. Stem cells can be collected from bone marrow, from peripheral blood and from umbilical cord blood. A well matched donor ( a HLA matched sibling) is the preferred choice, but with improved techniques, unrelated donor and mismatched transplants are also widely used. We are developing approaches to limit complications such as graft versus host and disease and virus infections.
Contact
 
Please direct clinical queries 
through hospital NHS email
 
Email: 
Waseem.Qasim@GOSH.NHS.UK
Great Ormond Street Hospital
London
WC1N 3JH
 

Clinical

Research

 

Transplantation outcomes have improved notably over the past two decades and collection and analysis of data from patients treated at GOSH and other centres has been crucial.  There are ongoing collaborations linking centres worldwide to ensure as much information as possible is collected and published for some of the very rare conditions we treat. New treatments are provided as part of clinical trials with approval from regulators and after ethical review.

Contact

W.Qasim@ucl.ac.uk at UCL

Waseem.Qasim@GOSH.NHS.UK for clinical contact

 

 

 

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