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Dr David Busuttil
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Dr David P. Busuttil M.D., M.Sc., FRCP,FRCPath

Qualification and Experience

Graduated M.D. from University of Malta in 1987.
Graduated M.Sc. in Haematology from the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, University of London in 1991
Elected Member of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) in 1993
Elected Member of the Royal College of Pathologists in November 1998
Awarded the CCST (UK) (certificate of completion of specialist training) in 2000
Elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (Lond) in 2005
Elected Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in 2005

Member of learned societies

Member of the British Society of Haematology
Member of the American Society of Haematology
Member of the European Society of Haematology.

Work Assignments

Postgraduate Medical training in Medicine done at St. Luke’s Hospital  between 1987-1994
Postgraduate Haematology training as specialist registrar done in UK (Plymouth, London , Manchester)  between 1995- 2000.
Appointed consultant in Haematology in South Manchester Healthcare trust in 2000
Appointed consultant in Haematology at St Luke’s Hospital and part-time lecturer at University of Malta in 2002


Laboratory Haematology,c linical work including in– and out–patient work for wide spectrum of haematologyconditions , including benign and malignant cases.
Lecturing and examinations to 3rd, 4th year medical students, and to 2nd year and 4th year students of Medical Laboratory Science.

Research Capacity

Dissertation on molecular biology of Glucose – 6- phosphate deficiency at Hammersmith Hospital, University of London.
14 publications in peer reviewed international journals
Regular attendee at the main international Haematology Congresses on behalf on local drug companies.
Host and chairman of international workshops organized by drug companies in Malta.
Expert reviewer of submitted papers for two international Haematology journals.


Last Updated: 12 December 2008

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