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Haemophilia and thrombosis staff

Consultants

Dr Nicola Curry MA MD FRCP FRCPath

Dr Nicola Curry

Dr Nicola Curry is the head of department for the Oxford Haemophilia and Thrombosis Centre (OHTC) which specialises in the care of inherited and acquired bleeding and thrombotic disorders.

She leads the Genetics Service for inherited bleeding disorders and the care of women with bleeding disorders.
She is co-lead for the Thames Valley NIHR haematology research team and acts as PI for many clinical trials at OHTC. Her main research interest is in the acquired coagulopathy of major haemorrhage.

Dr Susie Shapiro MA BM BCh MRCP FRCPath PhD

Dr Susie Shapiro

Dr Susie Shapiro is a Consultant Haematologist and works entirely in the field of haemostasis and thrombosis: haemophilia and other bleeding disorders, thrombosis and anticoagulation.

She qualified from the University of Oxford Medical School and trained further in haematology at the Hammersmith, Royal Free and Great Ormond Street Hospitals in London.

Her PhD at Imperial College London focused on the structure and function of von Willebrand factor. She worked as a Haematology Consultant for a year at Guys and St Thomas' Hospital London before joining OUH in 2015.

She was OUH Lead for VTE Prevention and Anticoagulation 2015-2018 and is currently Lead for Anticoagulation and the Director of Oxford's Haemophilia Centre.

Nursing team

Sayma Raza-Burton

Senior Adult Haemophilia Specialist Nurse

Sayma Raza-Burton

Judy Marticio

Adult Haemophilia Specialist Nurse

Judy Marticio

Stephanie Taylor

Lead Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist

Stephanie Taylor

Research team

Simon Fletcher

Senior Adult Haemophilia Research Nurse

Simon Fletcher

Christopher Springett-Deane

Thrombosis Research Nurse

Christopher Springett-Deane

Agnes Eordogh

Assistant Research Data Manager

Agnes Eordogh