Professor Al Khalafallah
Professor Al Khalafallah moved to Tasmania in 2005 to work as a Consultant Haematologist. Prof Khalafallah completed his post-graduate study in Haematology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. He has worked in renowned academic institutions in Europe and Australia over the last 20 years.
Prof Khalafallah presented many scientific researches in different international and national haematology conferences. He has published more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals and has been rewarded with several prizes for distinguished research work and presentations. Prof Khalafallah has published in prestigious medical journals such as The Lancet, British Medical Journal, British Journal of Haematology, Bone Marrow Transplantation and British Journal of Cancer. Prof Khalafallah has extensive clinical experience in renowned hospitals and universities world-wide and he applies up-to-date, best evidence based, medical practice.
Prof Khalafallah’s research interests include benign haematology such as iron metabolism, haemostasis, coagulation, thrombosis and bleeding disorders as well as malignant haematology diseases such as multiple myeloma and leukaemia as well lymphoma. Prof Khalafallah has published several research papers on innovative management of these diseases with a special emphasis on improving quality of life for patients and reducing the risk of complications, either of disease or treatment.
Prof Khalafallah is a regular invited speaker for many renowned hospitals and universities and medical meetings world-wide as he applies translational research in up-to-date, best evidence based, medical practice. He is a member of many medical international committees and societies that contributed in setting guidelines of treatment of perioperative anaemia. He was elected to represent Australia to write the International Consensuses Guidelines on postoperative anaemia, published in prestigious Journal of Anaesthesia in 2018. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30062700/
Since Prof Khalafallah moved to Tasmania as a Consultant Haematologist, he has conducted more than 50 pioneer translational clinical researches focusing on improving the health of Tasmanian patients. Prof Khalafallah’s research, dedication and contribution to the field of haematology is well received and highly appreciated not only in Tasmania, but world-wide.
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