Prof Marius Coetzee
Position
Affiliated Lecturer
Department
Haematology and Cell Biology
Address
GN C213
Haematology and Cell Biology
R8971
UFS
Telephone
051 4053043
Office
C213
Information

Short CV
Publications
Publications (Short List)

Research

  • Haemophilia and bleeding disorders
  • Hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia (NHLS Trust funding)
  • Laboratory management

Area(s) of Interest

I have been a consultant haematologist in our Department since 1990 and became Head of Department in November 2009. I share responsibility for our diagnostic and clinical work and co-ordinate our under- and postgraduate training programmes. I am involved in various professional haematology bodies, such as the South African Society of Haematology, South African Haemophilia Foundation and the International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis.

Special interests: Haemophilia and bleeding disorders, local haematological problems, hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasie (Osler-Weber-Rendu diease), laboratory management
 

Courses Presented

  • MBChB: MHAE2724 (Haematology and Immunology) and MCLI2720 Clinical Skills in 2nd year, Integrated Medical Assessments (MIMA3713) in the 2nd and 3rd year, and the haematology components of Internal Medicine from th 3rd to 5th years
  • MMed(Haematology) – training of specialist haematologists
  • MPhil(Clinical Haematology)
  • BMedSc(Hons)(Haematology)

Community Service

  • Haematology Clinic Univeristas Hospital
  • South Africa Haemophilia Foundation advocacy
  • Bloemfontein Haemophilia Treatment Centre: Director
  • Kimberley Haemophilia Treatment Centre Outreach Clinic

Service Learning


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