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Welcome to the EHA Campus!

Visit the EHA Campus now!

Are you interested in strengthening your hematology knowledge? The EHA Campus is the place to be for online hematology education. This user-friendly platform is packed with interactive learning tools, designed and reviewed by hematology professionals, especially for you. Practice real-life scenarios online from anywhere at any time.

The EHA Campus is freely accessible until September 15, 2019 and will be continuously updated with new learning materials.

Join the ''TEST2CONTROL'' WEBINAR organized by TIF & Bio Rad Laboratories

8 May 2019

Dr. Michael Angastiniotis, Medical Advisor,
Thalassaemia International Federation (TIF)
&
Dr. Daniel E. Bauer, MD PhD

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.

Rare Disease Day 2019 is approaching! Show your rare. Show you care.

February 28, 2019

 

Rare Disease Day is approaching and thousands of events are organised worldwide to celebrate this special day. The theme for Rare Disease Day 2019 is 'Bridging health and social care'. This theme places attention on the importance of bridging the gaps in the coordination between medical, social and support services in order to tackle the challenges that people living with a rare disease and their families around the world face every day. Rare Disease Day 2019 is an opportunity to be part of a global call on policy makers, healthcare professionals, and care services to better coordinate all aspects of care for people living with a rare disease.

 

RD-Connect invites ERN members to join the RD-Connect Community

In July 2018 the new RD-Connect Community was launched. This is an international association of individuals and organizations who would like to participate in shaping the rare disease field, promote data sharing and reuse and advance research. Membership is free of charge and open to organisations, research groups and individuals from diverse backgrounds, engaged in rare disease research anywhere in the world. Several ERNs have signed up as members, but you are welcome to register as individual healthcare professionals HCPs and research groups.

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Disease Models & Mechanisms Meeting 2019 ‘Blood disorders: models, mechanisms and therapies’

29 September - 1 October 2019

Boston, USA

Advancing basic research findings to the clinic remains a daunting task. Researchers in the field of hematopoiesis have made significant progress in this regard by taking discoveries from model organisms to the clinic. Such advances, including bone marrow transfers, stem cell replacements and immunotherapies, have also had a large impact on the treatment of non-blood disorders. This meeting on blood disorders and their treatment, organised by the journal Disease Models & Mechanisms, is curated by Editor-in-Chief Monica Justice, Nancy Speck, Paresh Vyas and Leonard Zon. The meeting will bring together diverse front-line researchers, stimulating discussions across basic research and clinical disciplines, and fostering collaborative links among researchers. Talks will feature basic research advances acquired across multiple model organisms, as they are applied to human blood disorders. A primary aim is to promote knowledge of therapies or drug discovery that has been developed pre-clinically to move to a clinical trial. Topics: Blood development: mechanisms and pathology Epigenetic regulation of blood development Erythropoiesis and red cell disorders Targeting blood cancers Clonal hematopoiesis Manipulating the stem cell niche

Monica Justice, Nancy Speck, Paresh Vyas and Leonard Zon

PEGAsus Barcelona Networking Event 2019

30 September 2019

Barcelona, Spain

admedicum, in collaboration with Peptomyc, is pleased to announce a PEGASUS Networking Event on Monday 30 September in Barcelona from 17:30 to 19:00 at Bar Twenty-One, H10 Universitat Hotel.   We have the great pleasure to invite patient organizations, interested patients, companies and other stakeholders in healthcare to a free, informal networking event on the topic of patient engagement in the healthcare industry.   Drinks and tapas will be provided and registration is free. Simply enter your contact details to easily register via this link. The event will feature a short keynote speech by a patient representative about their experiences with patient engagement. The speaker will be announced shortly.

EHA-SWG Scientific Meeting on Red Cell and Iron Metabolism Defects: From basic science to clinical case application

November 7-9, 2019

Madrid, Spain

  This second edition EHA-SWG Scientific Meeting will examine the red cell and iron biology in relation to the erythropoietic differentiation process. Human beings produce billions of red cells on a daily basis. We would like to examine this machinery and underline the mechanisms that allow this enormous cell production in order to better understand the alterations responsible for red blood cell disorders. This meeting will offer attendees the opportunity to improve their understanding of the learning protocols for differential diagnosis and treatment of different types of anemias, from clinical observation.  

EHA & the EHA Scientific Working Group on Red cell and Iron

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)

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