Hanadi Kazkaz is a consultant rheumatologist at University College London Hospitals (UCLH) NHS Foundation Trust with a special interest in heritable connective tissue conditions and osteoporosis.
She qualified from St. George’s Medical School, university of London in 1996 and completed her higher professional training and obtained the CCST in Rheumatology in 2006. Dr. Kazkaz was also awarded an MSc in rheumatology from King's College University of London with distinction in 2003.
Dr. Kazkaz worked alongside Prof Rodney Grahame, an international expert in the field of heritable connective tissue conditions, at UCLH for five years and took over the management of the hypermobility service after his retirement in 2012.
In her clinical practise she sees general rheumatology patients, and patients with hypermobility and heritable connective tissue conditions.
Dr Kazkaz is also an honorary senior lecturer at University College London.
She is involved in several clinical research projects in rheumatology and attends national and international meetings and participates in patient education on a regular basis. Moreover she is the Chief Medical Advisor for EDS Support UK and a medical advisor to the Hypermobility Syndromes Association (HMSA).