Orphanet: National Haemophilia Register Ireland
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National Haemophilia Register - Ireland

  • Type of data/biobank : Patient registries/Databases
  • Geographic coverage : National
  • Recruiting : Yes
  • Website
  • Manager of registry :
  • Ms Rachel BIRD
  • National Centre for Hereditary Coagulation Disorders Registry
  • St James's Hospital
  • James's Street
  • DUBLIN Dublin 8
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : +353 (01) 410 3516
  • Fax  : +353 (01) 410 3570
  • Website
  • Contact secretary  :
  • Contact person of registry :
  • Ms Rachel BIRD
  • National Centre for Hereditary Coagulation Disorders Registry
  • St James's Hospital
  • James's Street
  • DUBLIN Dublin 8
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : +353 (01) 410 3516
  • Fax  : +353 (01) 410 3570
  • Website
  • Contact secretary  :
  • Researcher :
  • Dr Niamh O'CONNELL
  • National Centre for Hereditary Coagulation Disorders Registry
  • St James's Hospital
  • James's Street
  • DUBLIN Dublin 8
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : +353 (01) 410 3516
  • Fax  : +353 (01) 410 3570
  • Website
  • Contact secretary  :
  • Researcher :
  • Dr Kevin RYAN
  • National Centre for Hereditary Coagulation Disorders Registry
  • St James's Hospital
  • James's Street
  • DUBLIN Dublin 8
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : +353 (01) 410 3516
  • Fax  : +353 (01) 410 3570
  • Website
  • Contact secretary  :
  • Researcher :
  • Dr Barry WHITE
  • National Centre for Hereditary Coagulation Disorders Registry
  • St James's Hospital
  • James's Street
  • DUBLIN Dublin 8
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : +353 (01) 410 3516
  • Fax  : +353 (01) 410 3570
  • Website
  • Contact secretary  :
Last update: March 2016

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