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Webinar

Oct 8 th 2019

George Reynolds: Managing Partner.  Providing independent consulting in clinical data collection strategies for rare disease research. A subject matter expert in ERNs Registries and RWD in Europe.  Delivering a proactive data collection roadmap to avoid Dead End Data.

 

 

  

European Reference Networks

30 September - 30 November 2019

The first call for new members to join existing 24 ERNs is open until 30 November 2019. 

ISLH October Webinar

17 oct 2019 11:00 AM en Hora del este (EE. UU. y Canadá)

Hemoglobinopathies are mostly autosomal recessive disorders and heterozygotes are symptom-free but present various hematological characteristics which are used for their identification in carrier screening programs. The presentation will highlight some unexpected molecular mechanisms showing interesting genotype-phenotype correlations, either ameliorating or deteriorating the clinical presentation of hemoglobinopathy.


  

E-learning course in growth disorders and endocrine complications in youth and adults with thalassemia

This online e-learning module prepared that will support interactively the Thalasemia guide for Patients, and Thalasemia Guide for Hematologs and Nurses in the framework of the European EQUALITY project. The focus of the ICT-based training programme be hematologs and interested medical doctors. The module  include online tests.

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Agenda

LXI Congreso Nacional de la SEHH y XXXV Congreso Nacional de la SETH

October 24-26, 2019

Valencia, Spain

BIENVENIDA Queridos compañeros y amigos: En nombre del Comité Organizador quiero daros la bienvenida a Valencia en donde celebraremos el LXI Congreso Nacional de la SEHH y XXXV Congreso Nacional de la SETH. Este año 2019, coincide con el 60 aniversario de la creación de la SEHH lo que supone un motivo de alegría añadido, pero también un mayor reto que afrontamos con ilusión, empeñados en poner todo nuestro esfuerzo para conseguir un congreso científicamente excelente y que permita disfrutar de una ciudad acogedora e interesante. En primer lugar, quiero agradecer a las juntas directivas de la SEHH y la SETH la elección de Valencia como sede, al comité científico, especialmente al presidente y vicepresidente, doctores José Antonio Pérez-Simón y María Eva Mingot, responsables del atractivo programa científico en el que destacan las lecciones conmemorativas Antonio Raichs, a cargo del doctor Marcos González, y Ricardo Castillo, a cargo de la doctora María Fernanda López. Nuestro reconocimiento también a los doctores Álvaro Urbano Ispizua y Ana Rosa Cid, responsables del programa educacional. Este año se introducen algunas novedades en los actos inaugurales y de clausura, y una novedad organizativa importante, puesto que en los simposios oficiales se incluye la mejor comunicación oral de cada área. La presentación de los pósters se realizará en formato físico y electrónico, y el Joint Meeting de la SEHH-SETH con la European Hematology Association (EHA) formará parte del programa científico del último día de congreso. La sede de la reunión será fundamentalmente el Palacio de Congresos de Valencia, un edificio multifuncional diseñado por Norman Foster y situado en la Avenida de las Cortes Valencianas, una de las entradas a la ciudad. Se trata de un emplazamiento idóneo por su proximidad al aeropuerto internacional de Manises, la proximidad de múltiples instalaciones hoteleras y por su excelente conexión con el resto de la ciudad. Sed bienvenidos a esta ciudad milenaria en la que es una delicia visitar los orígenes romanos en el Centro Arqueológico de la Almoina, junto a la Catedral, los baños árabes del Almirante, la Lonja de la Seda o los museos de Bellas Artes o el de Arte Moderno (IVAM) y pasear por la ciudad medieval o barrio del Carmen, los mercados Central y de Colón, o la Marina Real y la Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias. Esperamos que disfrutéis de vuestra estancia en Valencia. Un cordial saludo

Sociedad Española de Hematología y Hemoterapia (SEHH), Sociedad Española de Trombosis y Hemostasia (SETH)

Global Globin 2020 (GG2020) Challenge Conference 2019.

28-30 October 2019

UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France

Global migration and a high disease burden have put sickle cell disease and thalassaemia on the agenda in many countries worldwide. The GG2020 Challenge addresses the global health problems imposed by major haemoglobinopathies, with focus on advanced diagnostic technology and the systematic collection and sharing of variation and epidemiological data. The GG2020 conference is a great opportunity to forge new collaborations, share your knowledge, present your research and become part of the GG2020 network.

Malaysian Node of the Human Variome Project (MyHVP) Universiti Sains Malaysia Health Campus Tel: 09-7676531/ 6543 Email: myhvp@usm.my

5th International Conference on Clinical Hematology and Transfusion Medicine

Feb 24-25, 2020

Rome, Italy

  Allied Academics Publication is an amalgamation of several esteemed academic and scientific associations known for promoting scientific temperament. Established in the year 1997, the conferences provide a global platform for the attendees to showcase their research and services in front of many key players in the field. We are a globally recognized and trusted organization to provide unique scientific and business services through our Journals and we are expanding the functionality of our International conferences. Our primary focus is to support original research work, share and exchange the ideas of authors from various institutions with the world. Our journals act as successful outlets for numerous scholars including teaching professors and researchers. Meet the Global Inspiring Experts and Speakers at Allied Academies Conferences to talk about on new advances in the field of medical and engineering to improve e health and treatment and additional innovations. Our Conferences is not just to make a phase to exchange estimations to the enormous social occasion of individuals, yet also endeavor to spread focused and research advances in the clinical and physiological parts of various fields

 Global Hematology 2020. Organizing Committee

3rd International Hematologists Summit

Jun 18, 2020

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Scientific Federation takes an immense pleasure and feels honored to welcome all the participates to attend 3rd International Hematologists Summit (Hematology-2020), which will be held during June 18-19, 2020, at Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation is an international event, attracting global participant’s intent on sharing, exchanging and exploring new avenues of Hematology and latest developments. Hematology Hematology oncology and stem cell therapy Bone marrow and stem cell transplantation Blood disorders diagnosis and treatment Pediatrics hematology and oncology Blood transfusion hematology and immunology medical terminology Blood Transplantation Hematology and Blood Disorders Haemostasis and thrombosis Hematopathology Hematological malignancies Immunodeficiency

 hematology-2020@scientificfederation.org

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