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E-NEWSLETTER February 2015



Will You Be a Part of the Most Significant and Informative Gathering of Year?

Register for ISTH 2015 before March 11 and Save!

Thank you to everyone around the globe who has already registered for ISTH 2015 or submitted one of the 2800 abstracts we received. There are many great reasons to attend the ISTH 2015 Congress in Toronto (watch the video to the right), but the best reason is to join the largest international gathering of the leading scientists and physicians in the fields of thrombosis and hemostasis and exchange the latest science in order to provide better outcomes for patients around the world.

With that goal in mind, ISTH 2015 will offer Plenary Sessions featuring an impressive group of international speakers, including: Paul Kubes (Canada), Eugene Braunwald (USA), David Ginsburg (USA), Stefanie Dimmeler (Germany) and Brian McCrindle (Canada). Additionally, the State-of-the-Art program offers a variety of opportunities to learn from more than 50 leading scientists on dozens of topics. View the complete program here.

Don’t Wait! The Congress may not be until June 20-25, but the early registration deadline is March 11. By registering early, you enjoy significantly reduced registration rates (hundreds of dollars in some cases) and the ability to reserve your preferential hotel accommodation. And if you become a member of the ISTH, you could save even more! Register now!

Travel grants are available through the Young Investigator Awards and the Reach-the-World Awards. Learn more about these awards.

Many thanks to our industry partners for their confirmed support of ISTH 2015 as supporters and exhibitors. See our Toronto sponsors and partners here.

Quick Links:
Program At-A-Glance | Plenary Sessions | Hotel Information | Registration Information

 



Two Things to Complete Now That Your Abstract is Submitted


 

From Sam Schulman, Congress President

So, you submitted your abstract – or abstracts – to the ISTH 2015 Congress. But, you cannot relax completely. Two important agenda items remain for the next few weeks for most of you: 

1) Register for the Congress, and do so before March 11 or you will have to pay a significantly higher fee. My advice – do not wait until the last day because you may forget or other problems may prevent you from registering. Interest rates are at a record low, so you really have nothing to gain by waiting with the registration payment. Also, if you are not yet a member of ISTH, look at the membership fee and add it up with the registration fee. You will find that the sum of the two is still less than the registration for non-members. Financially, it is common sense to become a member before registering for the Congress. Plus, you will gain access to additional Society benefits!

2) Start making travel arrangements. The longer you wait, the more expensive the plane tickets become. Make sure you use the promotion code for airline travel. You could get up to a 20 percent discount with Star Alliance flights. Finally, make your hotel reservation soon in order to find a hotel within walking distance and easy access to the convention center, so you can sleep later after some exciting evenings in Toronto and still catch our morning sessions on the next day.
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ISTH Announces Advanced Training Course in Thrombosis and Hemostasis in Dubai

Knowledge is the key to making transformative discoveries and building capacity in communities around the world, and the ISTH is home to some of the greatest thinkers and practitioners in fields of thrombosis and hemostasis. To help cultivate the next generation of great clinicians and scientists, the ISTH Education Committee has gathered global hematology experts to offer the ISTH Advanced Training Course in Thrombosis and Hemostasis on September 14-17, 2015, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dubai, UAE.

This three-day course will feature in-depth programs on the topics of coagulation, bleedings disorders, venous thrombosis, platelets and platelet disorders. Speakers include meeting chairs Flora Peyvandi (Italy) and Nevine Kassim (Egypt), JTH Editor Frits Rosendaal (The Netherlands), ISTH Council member David Lillicrap (Canada), and many other leaders in the fields of thrombosis and hemostasis. 

Mark your calendar to join us in the international city of Dubai, a global events destination known for its culture and hospitality! There are limited spots available for this course, so don’t wait! Register here.

Course Partner: Instrumentation Laboratory

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Register for the March Webinar on Thrombocytopenia

Date: March 25, 2015
Time: 9-10 a.m. GMT
Marco Cattaneo and Shinji Kunishima will present a webinar on the topic of Thrombocytopenia. This webinar will appeal predominantly to clinicians and laboratory personnel interested in the diagnosis and management of patients with bleeding diatheses. CME Credits Available.

Part I:
The many causes of thrombocytopenia
Marco Cattaneo, University of Milan (Italy)
Part II: Genetic basis of congenital macrothrombocytopenia
Shinji Kunishima, Nagoya Medical Center (Japan)
Moderator: Chris Ward, Royal North Shore Hospital (Australia)

>> Sign Up! Free registration is online here

>> Watch archived webinars on your own schedule

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from: 
Instrumentation Laboratory

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Introduce Someone to the ISTH and Receive a Special Gift of Thanks!

There has never been a better time to join the ISTH! From now until the end of March, 2015, the ISTH will give away free uniquely branded bags with the ISTH logo as a special gift to current members who refer others to join the ISTH as well as the newly referred members. To begin, new members are asked to fill in the "referred by" space during the online registration process or indicate their referral otherwise. Only referred and referring members will receive a gift.

>> Learn more about this initiative

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New People and Places Section Coming to Website and Newsletter

We are excited to launch a new communication project with your support! As part of our work to communicate the growth and development of our global community, we want to share important updates about the career transitions and achievements of our members on the ISTH website and in this newsletter. Have you taken a new position, moved locations, or been promoted? Has your national or regional T+H society elected a new board or held a record setting meeting? We want to know in order to share it online with other ISTH members.

Additionally, if you hear of the death of a colleague or another major life event that you believe fellow members should know about, please let us know. Just email Luke Blount, Content Specialist, with your updates at Luke_Blount@isth.org. Please note that the updates will be reviewed and are subject to additional research as necessary. The updates will be featured in this newsletter and will also be posted weekly to a special section of the ISTH website called “People and Places.”

And please remember to take advantage of the ISTH Career Center, where you can post job openings or browse resumes. 

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Precision BioLogic Supports World Thrombosis Day as Global Contributor

More than 175 thrombosis and cardiovascular societies in more than 60 countries have partnered with the World Thrombosis Day movement. You and your societies are invited to partner with us as well. Visit our pledge form here.

As the newest supporter of World Thrombosis Day (WTD), Precision BioLogic joins the ever-increasing list of supporters as a Global Contributor to help place the international spotlight on the condition responsible for the three leading causes of cardiovascular death – heart attack, stroke and venous thromboembolism (VTE or venous blood clots). Read more about this partnership.

“Precision BioLogic is pleased to join ISTH in the fight against thrombosis and support World Thrombosis Day,” said company president Michael Scott.

To connect with the World Thrombosis Day campaign and sign-up as a partner individual or organization, visit www.worldthrombosisday.org. On social media, connect on Facebook and Twitter. For questions, contact the WTD campaign team at wtd@isth.org.

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SSC Subcommittees Seek Your Participation

The following SSC Subcommittees are working on projects that could use your help. Keep reading to learn more!

The SSC Subcommittee on Women’s Issues in Thrombosis and Hemostasis seeks participants in study on the use of TEG/ROTEM in pregnancy and pregnancy associated complications. Learn more about this project. This subcommittee is also working on a project studying the link between hemostatic defect and heavy menstrual bleeding in adolescents. Learn more here.

The SSC Subcommittee on Platelet Physiology seeks participants in a survey to gather information on patients with PT-VWD. Participate here.

>> View a full list of SSC Subcommittees and their projects

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New SSC Communications in JTH

The following subcommittees have recently published recommendations through the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH).

Subcommittee on Platelet Physiology: Guidance on the diagnosis of inherited platelet function disorders.

>> View all SSC communcations

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JTH Editor's Picks and Call for Papers

The Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH) Editors Pieter Reitsma and Frits Rosendaal welcome submissions to JTH and encourage you to click here to submit your clinical or basic research to one of the highest ranked journals in the field of hematology!

>> Click here to access the JTH Editors' picks

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Ask the Associate Editor: Walter Ageno

Ask the Associated Editor is a monthly series of short question and answer sessions with Associate Editors of the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH). This month we feature Walter Ageno, an Associate Editor since 2014 and President of the Scientific and Standardization Committee (SSC). 

>> Read more about Walter here

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Table of Contents
January 2015 Articles

» Register for ISTH 2015 Before March 11 and Save!

» Two Things to Complete Now That Your Abstract is Submitted

» ISTH Announces Advanced Training Course in Dubai

» Free Webinar, March 25, on Thrombocytopenia

» Watch Archived Webinars

» Introduce someone to ISTH and Receive a Special Gift of Thanks

» New People and Places Section Coming to Website and Newsletter

» Precision Biologic Supports World Thrombosis Day as Global Contributor

» SSC Subcommittees Seek Your Participation

» New SSC Communications in JTH

» JTH Editors' Picks and Call for Papers

» Ask the Associate Editor: Walter Ageno

 



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Important ISTH 2015 Dates

Early Registration Deadline:
March 11, 2015

ISTH 2015 Dates:
June 20 - 25, 2015



Future ISTH Education Courses

» Belgrade, Serbia
April 13-17, 2015

» Ampang, Malaysia
April 25-26, 2015

More education courses coming soon! Learn more or apply to help organize a course.



Upcoming ISTH Webinars

» Thrombocytopenia
March 25, 2015
9:00 GMT

» Platelet Function Testing
in the Clinic
April 22, 2015
13:00 GMT

» Register now



Related Upcoming Meetings
Below you will find several upcoming meetings in our field. Find many more upcoming meetings online here. To be included, e-mail us here.

» 5th Emirates Haemotology Conference 
March 19-21 | Dubai, UAE

» American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Meeting
March 28-April 1 | Boston, USA

» Congres GEHT/COMETH
April 1 | Paris, France

» 81st Annual Meeting of the DGK
April 8 | Mannheim, Germany

» Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Society for Haemotology
April 20-22 | Edinburgh, Scotland

» International Society for Extracellular Vesicles Annual Meeting
April 23-26 | Washington, D.C., USA

» 56 Congreso Nacional de la Agrupacion Mexicana para el Estudio de la Hematologia
April 29-May 3 | Acapulco, Mexico

» CTH Euro Spring School Venous Thromboembolism
May 4-10 | Mainz, Germany




 



New ISTH Members 

Thank you to our new and renewing ISTH members. With your membership, we continue to work toward our mission of advancing the understanding, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of thrombotic and bleeding disorders. Your support doesn't end with becoming a member though. We hope you'll continue to support the ISTH throughout the year by participating in surveys, attending events, volunteering for committees and subcommittees and much more.

In recognition of our new members, please see our comprehensive list online.




 

 



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