Dr Mamta Sohal 

Haematology

BMed Sci, BMBS, MRCP, FRCPath 

Location: TDL, London 
Special Interests: Haemoglobinpathies, immune haematology, education 

Dr Mamta Sohal qualified in 1993 from Nottingham University. She trained in haematology on the North West London rotation before taking up her first substantive consultant post at Hillingdon NHS Foundation Trust in 2010. She moved to her current post at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in November 2019 to further develop her specialisation in haemoglobinpathies. 

In 2018, Dr Sohal was appointed the Training Programme Director for the NWL haematology rotation, managing over 50 haematology trainees. She runs a specialist obstetric haemoglobinopathy clinic at Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital, which takes referrals from across the sector, as well as a benign paediatric haematology clinic at Hillingdon.  She is active in research, involved in clinical trials in haemoglobinopathies and rare red cell disorders. Through a tripartite collaboration with London NW University Healthcare NHS Trust and St Georges University Healthcare NHS Trust, Imperial were successfully awarded the status of West London Sickle Cell Disease Haemoglobinatpathy Coordinating Centre in 2019, one of 10 in the UK. Dr Sohal is one of the Training and Education leads as well as part of the guidelines subgroup.