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.


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? Watch the recording to find out more.

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