Dr Jonathan Sive is an expert haematologist based in London. He specialises in the diagnosis and management of blood cancers, with particular expertise in the treatment of myeloma and other related disorders. He is the Clinical Service Lead for the UCLH myeloma service - the largest in the UK, and has a specialist interest in POEMS Syndrome.He is also highly experienced in the investigation of abnormal blood counts and paraproteins.
After qualifying, he completed specialist training in haematology at University College London Hospital and carried out a PhD at Cambridge University, where he investigated the use of genomic technologies to study the mechanisms of leukaemia development. He currently practises as a consultant haematologist at University College London Hospital, where he also has a private practice
Dr Sive is committed to research which improves treatment outcomes for all patients. In this respect, he is actively engaged in a variety of clinical research projects and takes a leading role in the development of national guidelines.
He is the lead author of the new UK national guidelines for the diagnosis and initial treatment of myeloma. These are published by the British Society for Haematology and the UK Myeloma Forum, and provide the standard for practice throughout the UK. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/bjh.17410
His work has been widely published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. He is also a member of the British Society for Haematology (BSH) and the UK Myeloma Research Alliance, and is member of the executive committee of the UK Myeloma Forum.
A skilled clinician, Dr Sive combines his academic expertise in blood disorders with dedication to delivering an excellent standard of care to every patient. He is known for his clear and empathetic communication style and will explore all treatment options relevant to the patient’s circumstances in an honest and sensitive manner.
To reduce infection risk during the Covid19 outbreak, he is able to offer consultations by telephone or videocall.