Gill Lowe is a Consultant Haematologist at University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and specialises in disorders of the blood clotting system. She also looks after patients with haematology problems in pregnancy and is part of the Consultant team that sees patients in the General Haematology clinic.
She is interested in teaching and frequently teaches colleagues on all aspects of her work. She has been on the organising committee for numerous national and international educational events, including events run by the SACC. She is interested in clinical research and is involved in running clinical studies on the haemophilia unit and has a regional role within the National Institute of Health Research relating to research studies (co-Specialty Group Lead in Haematology for the West Midlands). She is the medical adviser to The Platelet Charity and has been involved with several other national committees.
She studied medicine at Cambridge, then worked in Norfolk, Newcastle and Manchester as a junior hospital doctor. She moved to Birmingham in 2006 to start specialist training in haematology and was appointed as a Consultant in 2015. Between 2010-2013 she undertook a PhD at the University of Birmingham which looked at the diagnosis of inherited platelet disorders.