Dr Michail Spanoudakis

Dr Michail Spanoudakis is a Consultant Haematologist.
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Dr Michail Spanoudakis


Job Title: Consultant Haematologist

Department: Pathology/Haematology

Specialty areas: Myeloid and Lymphoid malignancies, Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), Plasma cell dyscrasias and Benign Haematology except Haemoglobinopathies and Inherited Bleeding Disorders/Thrombophilia.

Clinic days and locations: 

  • Tuesday AM at Warrington
  • Friday AM Halton
  • Alternate Thursday PM at Halton

Contact details: Medical Secretary:01925 662534 / 01925 662916

Qualifications: MD, PhD


Dr Michail Spanoudakis completed his training in Haematology in 2013 in Crete, Greece, and has been working as a Haematologist in the UK since 2014. 

His first Consultant post was in Airedale General Hospital in 2015 where he was the Clinical Lead for the Department for four years, until he moved to Warrington and Halton Hospitals in 2019. 

His specialist interest is in Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) and he is a member of the regional Myeloid Specialist Interest Group and Lymphoid Specialist Interest Group.
 

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