Dr Gary MooreBSc DBMS CSci FIBMS FRCPath(1) CBiol MSB CertMHS

Consultant Biomedical Scientist

Gary joined Guy’s & St. Thomas’ in July 1997 as Chief and subsequently, Principal Biomedical Scientist for the Diagnostic Haemostasis & Thrombosis Laboratories, becoming a Consultant in 2008 shortly after Viapath was formed.

He trained at the Hospital for Sick Children in Great Ormond Street in the 1980s, worked at the Royal London Hospital for seven years, and was in charge of the Bart’s coagulation laboratories prior to joining Guy’s & St. Thomas’.

He was the first person awarded the then new degree of Doctor of Biomedical Science, in 2003. He maintains a publication record of papers in international, peer reviewed journals and acts as a peer reviewer.

He is the co-author of two text books with a third in progress and is Chief Examiner in Haematology for the Institute of Biomedical Science. He is also a presenter at national and international meetings.

Gary is best known for his work in the laboratory detection of lupus anticoagulants, an acquired cause of thrombosis. He is Vice-Chair for the Clinical & Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) lupus anticoagulant guideline published in early 2014. CLSI is based in the USA and their consensus guideline documents are authored by international panels.

He is also known as an enthusiastic and effective teacher and gives tutorials/presentations/lectures to scientific and medical staff locally and beyond. He is a visiting specialist lecturer at the University of Kingston and University of Portsmouth and doctoral examiner for the latter.

He is a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science (by examination) and holds a  Post-graduate Certificate in Managing Health Services.

As Chief Examiner in Haematology for the Institute of Biomedical Science he sits ex officio on their Haematology Scientific Advisory Panel.


The International Society on Thrombosis & Haemostasis Scientific Sub-Committee for Lupus Anticoagulant/Phospholipid.

The Society of Biology and a Member of the International Society on Thrombosis & Haemostasis.

Contact information

020 7188 0814

Last updated: 30/04/2014