Dr. Louie Alldawi MD, Ph.D, British and European Board Certified.
Consultant Haematologist & Haematooncologist
– Dr. Louie Alldawi is a Consultant Haematologist certified by both the General Medical Council, UK, and the European Society of Hematology.
– He has 20 years of international training and experience in Haematology. He completed his clinical training in the most reputable Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool, UK.
– He has 10 years experience as a consultant haematologist in prestigious hospitals in UK including Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
– Dr. Louie published more than 20 publications in peer reviewed international journals like Blood, Cytotherapy.
– Dr. Louie has a Ph.D degree in Haematology from Niigata University, Japan.
– Dr. Louie is fluent in English, and Arabic.
Education & Experience:
2010-2020: Consultant Haematologist, National Health Service, UK.
2009- 2010: Haematology Fellowship, Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool, UK.
2001-2006: Ph.D training in Haematology, Niigata University, Japan.
1994- 2000: Doctor of Medicine Training, Damascus University, Syria.
Special expertise & services
A- General Haematology
The General Haematology service including, but is not limited to:
Polycythaemia (too many red blood cells)
White cell and platelet disorders
Bleeding and bruising problems
Thrombotic tendencies (blood clotting diseases)
The Haematology Clinic also caters for patients with sickle cell disease and thalassaemia which are inherited blood disorders that are passed on from parents to children through altered haemoglobin genes. They affect haemoglobin, a part of the blood that carries oxygen around the body. People who have these conditions will need specialist care throughout their lives.
B- Malignant disorders of the blood and lymph glands include, but are not limited to:
Leukaemias (cancers of the blood). Lymphomas (cancers of the lymph glands). Myeloma (white/plasma cell cancers).
C- Anticoagulant Clinic
Patients on long term anticoagulants due to hereditary thrombophilia or any other cause can seek advice from Dr. Alldawi regarding their anticoagulants.
D- Advice to pregnant women at risk for Rhesus disease
Rhesus disease is a condition where antibodies in a pregnant woman’s blood destroy her baby’s blood cells. It is also known as haemolytic disease of the foetus and newborn (HDFN). Dr. Alldawi has previously worked as a consultant in Transfusion medicine at Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service and is an expert on providing advice with regard to prevention and treatment of Rhesus disease.