Gary Moore is the Consultant Scientist for the Diagnostic Haemostasis and Thrombosis Laboratories of Viapath Analytics at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals, London, UK. Prior to his current role, he trained in diagnostic haematology at the Hospital for Sick Children at Great Ormond Street, spent seven years at the Royal London Hospital, and then took charge of the Bart’s coagulation laboratories for three years. He joined Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals in 1997 as a Chief and later a Principal Biomedical Scientist, becoming a consultant scientist in 2008. He received his doctorate in Biomedical Science from the University of Portsmouth in 2003 for a thesis on lupus anticoagulant detection. Dr Moore is Chief Examiner in Haematology for the Institute of Biomedical Science in the UK and member of their scientific advisory panel for haematology. He is also a visiting specialist lecturer at the universities of Kingston, Westminster, Middlesex and Portsmouth, and doctoral examiner for the latter.
Dr Moore’s main areas of interest and research are detection of antiphospholipid antibodies, thrombophilia testing, and diagnostic applications of snake venoms. He is a member of the ISTH SSCs for lupus anticoagulant/antiphospholipid antibodies and plasma coagulation inhibitors. He has published numerous papers on laboratory haemostasis/thrombosis diagnostics, published two text books, co-authored guidelines and is a regular peer reviewer for various haemostasis-related journals. He is also a regular presenter at national and international meetings.