Professor Guy Pratt is a Consultant Haematologist with a specialist interest in multiple myeloma, chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, lymphoma and general haematology. His NHS practice is at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and he has an honorary title of Professor of Haematology from the University of Birmingham. Guy became a Trustee of Cure Leukaemia in 2016 and has taken part in a number of fundraising events including the Great Birmingham Run and Velo Birmingham.
He trained as an undergraduate at Cambridge University qualifying in 1989. Following junior doctor training in London he specialized as a specialist registrar in Haematology in Liverpool and Leeds. In Leeds he completed an MD thesis looking at chromosomal translocations in patients with multiple myeloma.
Professor Pratt has been a Consultant Haematologist in Birmingham since 2001 initially as a clinical academic working in the School of Cancer Sciences in the University of Birmingham/Heart of England NHS Trust and more recently as a Consultant Haematologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. His main research interests are multiple myeloma and chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. He has developed a large number of research collaborations including clinical trial involvement both locally and nationally with a continual growing publication output and was clinical lead for the 2016 NICE myeloma guidelines. He has a number of positions nationally including BSH guideline lead for Haemato-Oncology, chair of the BSH science and publication committee and secretary for the UK Myeloma forum.