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Biography

Following graduation from medical school and clinical training in Internal Medicine/ Haematology, Dr Kordasti received his MSc in Medical Immunology and PhD in Cancer Immunology from King’s College London. He established the role of Tregs in Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS) and their effects on disease progression and response to treatment. He continued his work at King’s College London and developed an interest in the immunobiology of aplastic anaemia (AA) during this time. He has been senior lecturer at King’s College London and senior physician at Guy’s Hospital since May 2018 and continues to study the immunobiology of Myeloid Malignancies and Neoplasms. His main research interest is the plasticity of CD4+ T cells, their interaction with inflammatory microenvironment and their role in the immunobiology of myeloid malignancies. Computational biology, multidimensional cytometry as well as multiomics data integration for patient stratification is another focus of his research group. His clinical interests are AA, MDS and MPN.