Dr Heidi Doughty

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Role within SRMRC

Dr Heidi Doughty is affiliated to the NIHR SRMRC with research interests including the development and delivery of innovation in emergency transfusion support and the application to civilian and military healthcare.

Other positions held

  • Honorary Reader – University of Birmingham.
  • Honorary Fellow, St Johns College, Cambridge
  • President – British Blood Transfusion Society
  • Honorary Civilian Consultant Advisor in Transfusion

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Medicine and Surgery – University of Cambridge
  • Master’s degree – Business Administration
  • PhD (Dr. philos) – University of Bergen
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists

Based at

  • NHS Blood and Transplant
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Biography

Heidi Doughty is a consultant in Transfusion Medicine working for NHS Blood and Transplant based in Birmingham, UK.  She qualified in medicine from Cambridge University in 1985 before undertaking higher training in internal medicine, haematology and management in Nottingham and London. She completed her doctoral thesis in transfusion medicine in Bergen, Norway.

She has worked in Birmingham since 1998, in a variety of roles from donor services to hospital transfusion practice. Past projects include overseas development and military-civilian health partnerships. She has held positions as Consultant Adviser to the Defence Medical Services and co-chaired the NATO Blood Panel.

She is an honorary Reader at the University of Birmingham and is affiliated with the Birmingham NIHR Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology Research Centre. Her current research and development interests include the multi-disciplinary development and delivery of pre-hospital transfusion and transfusion emergency preparedness.

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heidi.doughty@nhsbt.nhs.uk

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