Anne Goodeve

Anne Goodeve

Anne Goodeve

Role: Research Lead Scientist

Anne was appointed as a Clinical Scientist in 1990. Prior to this she worked for five years as a postdoctoral scientist at the Paterson Institute for Cancer Research in Manchester, working in the Molecular Biology Department on viral genetics.
Anne currently holds joint posts with Sheffield Diagnostic Genetics Service and The University of Sheffield, where her research is on the genetics of von Willebrand disease, an inherited bleeding disorder.

She is currently Lead Scientist for The Haems Service which includes bleeding and thrombotic disorders, Fanconi anaemia, haemoglobinopathies and haemochromatosis. Anne is also Research and Development Lead for Sheffield Diagnostic Genetics Service.

Together with Ann Dalton, Anne has recently been awarded funding from the Health Innovations Challenge Fund (Wellcome Trust & Department of Health) for research on Applications of Next Generation Sequencing for Newborn Screening.

Anne is a member of the UK NEQAS for Blood Coagulation Heritable Bleeding Disorders Specialist Advisory Group, member of the World Federation for Hemophilia Laboratory Science Committee and Treasurer of the British Society on Haemostasis and Thrombosis.

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