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Dr Dawn Mya Hae Tha

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MBBS (Myanmar), MRCP (UK), FRCPath (UK)


Cancer Centre


Clinical Interest

Haematological malignancies including acute leukaemias, lymphoma and multiple myeloma


Dr Mya graduated with MBBS from the University of Medicine, Yangon and subsequently obtained MRCP from the United Kingdom in 2008. She completed her haematology training in Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and was accredited as a specialist for ​haematology in 2013. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists (Haematology) since 2014. She received the Ministry of Health, Health Manpower Development Programme award in 2014 and did her subspecialty training for the utility of Flow Cytometry in diagnosis and minimal residual disease assessment of haematological malignancies under the tutelage of Professor Maria-Belen Vidriales and Professor Alberto Orfao at the Department of Haematology and Department of Flow Cytometry Services, University of Salamanca, Spain. 

She was previously a Consultant in the Department of Haematology​, SGH, where she is now a Visiting Consultant overseeing the Flow Cytometry Services for Minimal Residual Diseases for haematological malignancies. She was an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and Senior Clinical Lecturer at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. She obtained the Singhealth EPIC award in 2013 for leading the team which successfully implemented a new workflow that reduces the time taken for blood products to reach patients. She received the Singhealth Service Quality Partner Award in 2011, Singhealth Quality Service Award (Gold) in 2014 and Singhealth Quality Service Award (Star) 2015. 

Dr Mya has special interest in diagnostic and consultative haematology, especially diagnosis of haematological malignancies including acute leukaemias​, lymphoma and multiple myeloma. She manages all general haematology conditions, the disorders of thrombosis and haemostasis, obstetric haematology and chronic myeloid and lymphoid diseases.


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