KBE, FRS, FMedSci
Prof Sir David Weatherall sadly passed away in 2018. His major research areas included the genetic, adaptive and environmental factors that modify the phenotype of common forms of thalasaemia in Asia, notably HbE beta thalassaemia, the population genetics of the thalassaemis with particular respect to varying susceptibility to malaria, and the development of partnerships between countries with and without expertise for the improved avoidance and management of the thalassaemias in Asian countries.
The evolving spectrum of the epidemiology of thalassemia
Weatherall D., (2018), Hematology Oncology Clinics of North America, 32, 165 - 175
The Evolving Spectrum of the Epidemiology of Thalassemia
Weatherall DJ., (2018), Hematology/Oncology Clinics of North America, 32, 165 - 175
Hepcidin detects iron deficiency in Sri Lankan adolescents with a high burden of hemoglobinopathy: A diagnostic test accuracy study.
Wray K. et al, (2017), Am J Hematol, 92, 196 - 203
The evolutionay and clinical implications of the uneven distribution of the frequency of the inherited haemoglobin variants over short geographical distances
Weatherall D. et al, (2016), British Journal of Haematology
Progress Toward the Control and Management of the Thalassemias.
Fucharoen S. and Weatherall DJ., (2016), Hematol Oncol Clin North Am, 30, 359 - 371