Professor Anna Schuh is an esteemed consultant haematologist based at Oxford Biomedical Research Centre. She specialises in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL), anaemia, and myelodysplastic syndrome, among other blood conditions. She is also an associate professor and Director of Molecular Diagnostics at Oxford University.
A prolific researcher, Professor Schuh has focused particularly on CLL, and has been involved in over 30 early and late phase clinical trials on the disease as a principal investigator. Several of these trials have subsequently been approved by NICE, and have led to clinical change both in the UK and worldwide. Her main research interest is in developing new technologies for precision diagnostics, with a particular focus on genomics. Such is the value of her research, she receives grants from NIHR, Wellcome Trust and the Technology Strategy Board.