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|Sign Up Now! October Webinar on von Willebrand Disease Offers New Insights|
Sign up for the next ISTH webinar on October 15, 2014!
The Webinar, titled, “von Willebrand Disease: New Insights,” will be led by notable speakers David Lillicrap (Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada) and Jeroen Eikenboom (Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands), with the objective to better prepare participants for the diagnosis and management of VWD. CME credits will also be available to those who participate.
The presentation will cover:
At the end of the presentation, participants will be more knowledgeable and better prepared for the diagnosis and management of VWD!
The ISTH Academy, the online education arm of the Society, hosts a series of webinars on practical thrombosis and hemostasis issues that scientists and physicians frequently confront. These webinars allot time for participants to ask questions and cover the latest information on relevant topics.
December ISTH webinar: “High throughput platelet assays”
December 10, 2014 17:00-18:00 GMT
Professor Tim Warner, Barts & the London School of Med & Dentistry, UK: “Born aggregometry to high throughput 96 well plates; which test should we use?”
Professor Johan Heemskerk, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands: “Monitoring platelet aggregation under flow: from commercial to custom built assays”
Be sure to register for the last webinar of 2014! More information and online registration coming in mid-October. In addition, the webinar schedule for 2015 will be posted online in mid-October as well.
The ISTH Academy has held three previous webinars in 2014. These inaugural webinars are now available for anyone to download and listen to for free!
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