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.


Austin hosted a very popular Q&A for us in May. With lockdown easing, we're excited to have him return - to discuss the current situation for patients. What has changed? Is treatment being affected? What's the current advice for those shielding?

We can also discuss the implications of Eltrombopag as a bridge therapy  - as this has been recently approved by NHSE. 


A friendly interactive Question and Answer session with a leading expert from King's College Hospital. Your opportunity to ask questions about Covid-19 and Eltrombopag, voice your concerns and get answers to help you and your family adapt to life post-lockdown. 

Please feel free to send us your question in advance - [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 5pm on Wednesday, 2 September 2020.

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