Maha Othman, MD Ph.D

Maha Othman
  • Associate Professor
  • Kingston
  • Canada
  • K7L3N6
  • Telephone: 613-533-6000 x 36108
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Faculty Bio

Dr. Othman obtained her Medical degree, completed 3-years residency in Clinical Pathology and received training in haematology, immunology, microbiology and clinical chemistry with a particular focus on haemostasis and related research. This was followed by an MSc at the same university. She obtained her PhD and received Clinical and Molecular Biology research training at Southampton University, UK . Dr. Othman completed a 3-year postdoctoral fellowship training at Dr. David Lillicrap's expert research Lab, Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Queen's University and was an adjunct faculty at the same department for 2 years prior to joining DBMS. She is an Associate Professor since 2013. Her major research interests include: Molecular genetics and diagnosis of Platelet type von Willebrand disease and the role of platelet GPIb alpha protein in haemostasis and beyond, Thromboelastography as a global haemostatic test in haematological and non haematological diseases, Coagulopathy in prostate cancer and pregnancy/ placenta mediated complications (collaborative work with Drs C Graham and R Simens) Dr. Othman's research is recognized internationally with many collaborations worldwide. She has over 75 publications in peer-reviewed journals. She is currently the Chair of the International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis- Scientific and Standardization Committee on Women's Health Issues in Thormbosis and Haemostasis. 

Last Modified: 2018-03-14