Dr Emma Nicholson
Consultant Haematologist, Royal Marsden Hospital
Dr Emma Nicholson is a consultant haematologist with a specialist interest in stem cell transplantation and acute leukaemia. She graduated from Glasgow University in 2020 and undertook her postgraduate haematology specialist training in Glasgow and London. She was awarded a PhD in 2013 from University College London and her research focused on T cell receptor gene therapy. She was appointed as a consultant haematologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in 2016 and has been the transplant programme director since 2020. She is clinical lead for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and stem cell transplant in teenage and young adult patients, for clinical trails in stem cell transplant for chimeric antigen receptor T cells in haematological malignancies.