Who?

Dr Austin Kulasekararaj

Austin is a consultant haematologist at King’s College Hospital, London. He has trained and worked at King's since 2004, undertaking research in molecular pathogenesis of MDS and aplastic anaemia. He specialises in bone marrow failures, myeloid malignancies and allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. He also leads the King's PNH Centre, which is one of two NHS England-commissioned highly specialised services for PNH.

Why? 

With Covid and Monkeypox hanging around and uncertainty about vaccine efficacy and safety for people with aplastic anaemia, this is another challenging cold and flu season for our community. Why are many AA patients advised against having the flu vaccine, but told they should receive the Covid-19 vaccine? Should you book another Covid-19 jab? Should your children be vaccinated to protect a vulnerable parent? Austin has kindly volunteered, so you get the chance to ask an expert all your questions in person.

What?

A friendly interactive Question and Answer session with a leading expert from King's College Hospital. Your opportunity to ask questions about Covid-19, Monkeypox, cold and flu vaccinations and more, to help you make a plan to stay safe this winter. 

We anticipate this being a busy event! To make sure we cover your question, please enter it in advance when you register for this event using the button below, or email it to [email protected]

How to join

Please register using the link on this page for your free ticket, you will receive an email with the link to join the Zoom meeting. 

We look forward to seeing you at 5.30pm on Thursday, 29 September 2022.

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