Paul Moss

University of Birmingham

Professor Paul Moss qualified in Medicine with a first class degree from the University of Cambridge. He completed his Clinical Studies at the University of Oxford and undertook his Haematology training in London and Oxford. He was appointed as the inaugural Professor of Haematology at the University of Birmingham and Consultant Haematologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham in 1998. 

Professor Moss has a large laboratory research group which works on clinical problems such as leukaemia, lymphoma and transplantation. His clinical interests include all aspects of haematology and he is currently running several innovative clinical studies. Paul Moss also chairs a newly created Immuno-oncology advisory board for TDL.  

He has served as Chair of the Clinical and Translational Research Committee at Cancer Research UK and oversaw clinical research at the largest cancer charity in the world. He is a highly respected communicator and teacher, and writes one of the most popular Haematology textbooks in the world. He has published over 100 original research papers in his field.

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