Name: Bashir A. Lwaleed

Country: United Kingdom


School of Health Sciences
University of Southampton

Phone no: (023) 8120 6559

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South Academic and Pathology Block (MP 11),
Southampton General Hospital,
Tremona Road,
Southampton SO16 6YD,

Research Interests:

Cancer Biology, Flow Cytometry, Immunology, Cancer Research, Cancer Cells, Histology, Cancer Immunology, Hematology, Chemotherapy, Coagulation, Thrombosis, Blood Coagulation, Haemostasis, Cell Therapy.


  • Dr Bashir A Lwaleed is Associate Professor within Health Sciences at the University of Southampton.
  • I am a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPath) since 2008 and have held a PhD in haematology since 1998. 
  • I am also a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences, a Chartered and Fellow of the Society of Biologist, a Member of the British Society for Haematology, the British Society of Haemostasis and Thrombosis.
  • My academic origins lie in academic and clinical haematology, first in Libya, then in the UK, my career subsequently becoming entirely academic. 
  • This adds up to more than 27 years of experience in university healthcare environments. 
  • My research studentship and postdoctoral career has been within the research community of Southampton University Medical School. 
  • In 1999 I moved departments from Haematology to Urology at Southampton University Hospitals, research activity later extending to collaboration with Portsmouth University.
  • In 2004 I joined the Faculty of Health Science, with a remit to raise the basic and translational research profile of the group as well as expanding its teaching programme. 
  • I am an experienced communicator with >155 publications and research presentations, across disciplinary boundaries, from haematology to cancer cell biology and urinary bladder pathologies.
  • An extension of this interest in communication is the collaborative links forged with academic departments in Brazil, China and South Africa as well as Europe. 
  • My research interactions include links to industry with contributions to diagnostic kit development and three patent applications; two published, one filed pending publication.
  • I have guest-edited issues of the journal Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis. 
  • I also act as the Editor-in-Charge for the journal of Advances in Haematology and have written editorials and contributed a haematological chapter for a neonatology book. 
  • I serve on the editorial board of a number of international journals and review for several journals/publishers and major charitable and governmental grant-awarding bodies.