Consultant Haematologist, MAHSC Honorary Clinical Professor (University of Manchester)
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MA (Cantab), MB BChir, PhD, FRCP, FRCPath
Haematology, Lymphoma, Leukaemia, Stem cell transplantation, Cellular therapies, CAR-T
Started at The Christie (Year)
- Departmental lead for lymphoid malignancies
- Director of the stem cell transplant programme
- Clinical director haematology, teenage and young adult cancer, endocrinology
Professor Bloor graduated from Cambridge University in 1994 with a degree in Medicine. He undertook General Medical training in Cambridge and Specialist Haematology Training at University College Hospital, London. As part of his training, he spent 4 years working in Tony Green’s Laboratory in Cambridge, leading to a PhD in Molecular Haemopoiesis.
He moved to Manchester in 2006 to take up a consultant post in haemato-oncology and was awarded an Honorary Clinical Chair at the University of Manchester in 2019.
Professor Bloor has a special interest in the management of lymphoid malignancies (CLL and lymphoma), cellular therapies including CAR-T therapy, stem cell transplantation and in clinical trials. He was clinical director of the MAHSC (Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre) clinical trials unit based at The Christie from 2009 to 2015. He is principle or chief investigator for a large number of trials in haemato-oncology and stem cell transplantation.
He is a member of the NCRI CLL Clinical Trials Committee, the Blood and Stem Cell Transplantation Clinical Reference Group (NHS England) the University of Leeds CLL Trials Management Group. He is a member of the UK CLL Forum Executive Committee and Medical Advisory Panels to the Lymphoma Action, Leukaemia Care and Bloodwise.
The Christie Private Care
Professor Bloor also practises privately at The Christie Private Care