Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, London, UK
Gerry Dolan qualified from Glasgow University Medical School and held training posts in internal medicine and haematology in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Sheffield before being appointed as a consultant haematologist. He is Head of Department and Clinical Lead of the Haemostasis and Thrombosis Service at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London, UK.
Dr Dolan has been on the Executive Committee of the United Kingdom Haemophilia Centre Doctors Organisation (UKHCDO) since 1997 and is the current Chairman. He is Past President of the British Society of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (BSHT). He is also the Clinical Chair of NHS England's Clinical Reference Group for Haemophilia, and Chair of the European Haemophilia Therapy Standardisation Board (EHTSB).
Dr Dolan's interests include clinical outcomes in haemophilia, the management of older adults with haemophilia, and molecular aspects of bleeding disorders.
Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway
Pål André Holme is the Professor of Haematology at Oslo University Hospital in Norway. He graduated from the Medical School at the University of Oslo in 1993 and was a research fellow at the Institute for Internal Medicine, University of Oslo, where he received his PhD in 1996 after studies on platelet activation and platelet-derived microparticle formation. He is a specialist in internal medicine and haematology.
Professor Holme has been responsible for the treatment of adult patients with haemophilia and bleeding related disorders in Norway since 2006. He participates in several clinical research groups and has been an active investigator in studies on bleeding related disorders and platelets. He has authored many papers published in peer-reviewed journals and textbook chapters on these subjects.
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