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Clinical Haematology

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Oxford Haemophilia and Thrombosis Centre (OHTC) is active in clinical research, participating in national and international studies.

We may ask you to consider taking part in a study to help address research questions and improve future treatment.

This research could range from answering a few questions and/or a single blood test, through to trialling a new treatment over a number of years.

The choice to take part in research is entirely yours. If you prefer not to take part, your decision will be respected by your team, and it will not affect the care you receive.

Research cannot take place without appropriate consent.

Oxford University Hospitals has a strong Research and Development governance framework.

For full details, please visit:

Research and Development - Oxford University Hospitals

Areas of research

Our research areas include:

  • novel non-factor haemophilia treatment
  • gene therapy
  • long-acting factor treatments
  • joint disease in haemophilia
  • genetics of rare bleeding conditions
  • diagnosis and treatment of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism
  • the use of stockings to prevent deep vein thrombosis.

Get involved

If you are interested in being involved in any research studies taking place at OHTC, contact the Research Office or ask at Reception for the Research Nurses.

Research Nurses: 01865 225343

Last reviewed:03 May 2024