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Dr. Atul B. Mehta

Clinical Director of the Storage Disorders Unit

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Affiliations

Committee Member
UKMF

Board Member
Myeloma UK

Board Member
Trade India

Education

MA

MD

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CBSA World

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Prof. Atul Mehta

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Prof. Atul Mehta was born in Kenya of Asian parents and came to London at a young age. He trained in medicine at Cambridge University and King's College Hospital, London, qualifying in 1978. His postgraduate training in haematology was largely in London's Hammersmith Hospital and he was appointed to his present post as Consultant Haematologist at the Royal Free Hospital in 1986. He was appointed Professor of the University College London in August 2010.
Prof Mehta became interested in myeloma in 1987 when asked to develop services for myeloma patients at the Royal Free. The department had a very large Clinical Bone Marrow Transplant Service and he collaborated with Prof Tim McElwain and his colleagues at The Royal Marsden to pilot treatment strategies using C-VAMP and high-dose melphalan with autologous bone marrow transplant.
He is also the Clinical Director of the Lysosomal Storage Disorders Unit at the Royal Free.


CBSA World

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Prof. Atul Mehta

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Prof. Atul Mehta was born in Kenya of Asian parents and came to London at a young age. He trained in medicine at Cambridge University and King's College Hospital, London, qualifying in 1978. His postgraduate training in haematology was largely in London's Hammersmith Hospital and he was appointed to his present post as Consultant Haematologist at the Royal Free Hospital in 1986. He was appointed Professor of the University College London in August 2010.
Prof Mehta became interested in myeloma in 1987 when asked to develop services for myeloma patients at the Royal Free. The department had a very large Clinical Bone Marrow Transplant Service and he collaborated with Prof Tim McElwain and his colleagues at The Royal Marsden to pilot treatment strategies using C-VAMP and high-dose melphalan with autologous bone marrow transplant.
He is also the Clinical Director of the Lysosomal Storage Disorders Unit at the Royal Free.


Myeloma UK :: Board of Directors

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Prof Atul Mehta

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Prof Mehta was born in Kenya of Asian parents and came to London at a young age. He trained in medicine at Cambridge University and King's College Hospital, London, qualifying in 1978. His postgraduate training in haematology was largely in London's Hammersmith Hospital and he was appointed to his present post as Consultant Haematologist at the Royal Free Hospital in 1986. He was appointed Professor of the University College London in August 2010.
Prof Mehta became interested in myeloma in 1987 when asked to develop services for myeloma patients at the Royal Free. The department had a very large Clinical Bone Marrow Transplant Service and he collaborated with Prof Tim McElwain and his colleagues at The Royal Marsden to pilot treatment strategies using C-VAMP and high-dose melphalan with autologous bone marrow transplant.
He is also the Clinical Director of the Lysosomal Storage Disorders Unit at the Royal Free. This is one of only six nationally designated units for patients with inherited enzyme deficiencies.
His overriding concern, however, has been to provide high quality services for patients, designed to meet their medical as well as their psycho-social needs.
Prof Mehta joined the Board of Directors in May 2005.
He lives in London, is married and has a daughter.


Prof Atul ...

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Prof Atul Mehta

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Prof Mehta was born in Kenya of Asian parents and came to London at a young age. He trained in medicine at Cambridge University and King's College Hospital, London, qualifying in 1978. His postgraduate training in haematology was largely in London's Hammersmith Hospital and he was appointed to his present post as Consultant Haematologist at the Royal Free Hospital in 1986. He was appointed Professor of the University College London in August 2010.
Prof Mehta became interested in myeloma in 1987 when asked to develop services for myeloma patients at the Royal Free. The department had a very large Clinical Bone Marrow Transplant Service and he collaborated with Prof Tim McElwain and his colleagues at The Royal Marsden to pilot treatment strategies using C-VAMP and high-dose melphalan with autologous bone marrow transplant.
He is also the Clinical Director of the Lysosomal Storage Disorders Unit at the Royal Free. This is one of only six nationally designated units for patients with inherited enzyme deficiencies.
His overriding concern, however, has been to provide high quality services for patients, designed to meet their medical as well as their psycho-social needs.
Prof Mehta joined the Board of Directors in May 2005.
He lives in London, is married and has a daughter.


Myeloma UK

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Dr Atul Mehta

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Dr Atul Mehta was born in Kenya of Asian parents and came to London at a young age. He trained in medicine at Cambridge University and King's College Hospital, London, qualifying in 1978. Dr Mehta's postgraduate training in Haematology was largely in London's Hammersmith Hospital and he was appointed to his present post as Consultant Haematologist at the Royal Free in 1986.
Dr Mehta became interested in myeloma in 1987 when asked to develop services for myeloma patients. The department had a very large Clinical Bone Marrow Transplant Service and he collaborated with Professor Tim McElwain and his colleagues at the Royal Marsden to pilot treatment strategies using C-VAMP and high dose melphalan with autologous bone marrow transplant.
He is also the Clinical Director of the Lysosomal Storage Disorders Unit at the Royal Free. This is one of only 6 Nationally designated units for patients with inherited enzyme deficiencies.
His overriding concern, however, has been to provide high quality services for patients, designed to meet their medical as well as their psycho-social needs.
Dr Mehta joined the Board of Directors in 2005. He lives in London, is married and has a daughter.
Dr Atul Mehta

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