Prof. Mickey Koh received his medical degree in Singapore followed by all of his subsequent haematology training (MRCP, FRCPath) in London. He holds several joint positions. Dr Koh is the Clinical Director of the Renal, Haematology and Oncology Directorate at St George's University Hospital as well as a Professor in the Infection and Immunity Clinical Academic Group of St George’s, University of London. He is also the Medical Director of the Cell Therapy Facility and Programme in Singapore, actively engaging in cell and gene therapy translational clinical trials and GMP manufacturing.
He obtained his PhD in the area of T cell immunotherapy in transplantation in 2000.
Fellow: Royal College of Pathologists and Royal College of Physicians
Vice President, Worldwide Network for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (WBMT)
Chair: International Society of Blood Transfusion(ISBT), Cellular Therapy Working Party
Member of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Expert Advisory Panel for Biological Standardisation
Executive Board member: International Council for Commonality in Blood Banking Automation (affiliated with WHO)
Expert working group member: Alliance for the Harmonisation of Cell Therapy Accreditation (AHCTA) and Cell Therapy Coding and Labelling (CTCLAG)