2021 HTRS Scientific Symposium
Registration is open for our Virtual 2021 HTRS Scientific Symposium, scheduled for March 10-12, 2021. At the same time, register for our Pre-Conference Events such as the HTRS Research Colloquium (March 8-9), FWBGD Colloquium on Uterine Hemostasis (March 9) and the HTRS Multi-Disciplinary Pre-Conference Workshop (March 10-11).
Our dynamic mix of live sessions, speaker Q&A, oral and poster presentations, roundtable discussions, CME credits, and live networking opportunities includes:
- Oral Presentations: March 10-11
- Poster Speed Sessions/Roundtable Discussions: March 11-12
- Sponsor/Exhibitor Speed Breaks/Networking: March 10, 12
- Much more!
HTRS 2021 Virtual Closing Extravaganza! It's the first-ever HTRS Talent Show, and you won't want to miss it. We are calling for volunteers to share your talents with our community. Whatever your work-appropriate talent is, HTRS wants to see it. We are asking for pre-recorded videos of your talent to play during the networking event. All recordings are due prior to the meeting.
To submit your talent, CLICK HERE
To register for the Symposium*, CLICK HERE
For full agenda, CLICK HERE
*Active HTRS members receive discounted registration as a benefit of membership. To join or renew your membership, CLICK HERE. HTRS members, please check the Members-Only website page for your member code to use during registration.
HTRS 2021 is a comprehensive scientific meeting dedicated to continuing medical education and the advancement of clinical, translational, and basic science researched related to non-malignant blood disorders in both pediatric and adult medicine. Our target audience is:
- Clinicans and physician-scientists in pedatric and adult medicine, including related fields such as cardiology, pulmonology, and obstetrics/gynecology
- Medical students, trainees, and junior faculty
- Basic and translational scientists
- Nurses and nurse practitioners
- Physican assistants
- Any allied health professionals interested in hemostasis and/or thrombosis
- Industry colleagues
For full details, CLICK HERE.
We look forward to exploring hot topics in hemostasis and thrombosis, including COVID-19 and its impact on our field. Dynamic, lively scientific exchange in this collegial atmosphere can and will continue as we adapt to this “new normal.”
2021 HTRS Research Colloquium
The HTRS 2021 Research Colloquium is rescheduled for March 8-9, 2021 as a live, online pre-conference to our HTRS 2021 Scientific Symposium.
For important info for new registrants, previous registrants, and award recipients, CLICK HERE. Questions? Email [email protected].
It will be a dynamic meeting focused on professional development and networking in benign hematology for:
- Basic Scientists
- Translational Researchers
- Location: Pre-THSNA Summit 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago
REGISTRATION LINK: Registration is still open! Visit this link to submit a new application and upload supporting documents.
For complete details, CLICK HERE
2021 FWGBD Colloquium on Uterine Hemostasis
The Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders' (FWGBD - www.fwgbd.org) biennial colloquium on uterine hemostasis is scheduled for March 9, 2021 from 9:00 AM ET - 12 PM ET. It will convene leading faculty/researchers/clinicians to review our current understanding of the science and evidence-based practice related to the diagnosis and clinical management of abnormal uterine hemostasis.
The colloquium is complimentary for all HTRS Symposium attendees, and CME credits will be provided.
For full meeting agenda, CLICK HERE.
To register through the HTRS registration portal, CLICK HERE.
The educational goals for this meeting are:
- Review the state of the science with respect to normal uterine hemostasis
- Review the range of complications related to abnormal uterine hemostasis
- Describe and review the epidemiology and variability in phenotype regarding women with hemophilia
- Examine the full range of options for achieving uterine hemostasis in women with acute abnormal uterine bleeding, postpartum hemorrhage, and bleeding and clotting disorders including thrombotic microangiopathies
- Describe and underscore for target healthcare providers, the intersection of obstetrics/gynecology and hematology in the optimal care of these women and develop mechanisms for facilitating collaboration of these specialties.
Abstracts at ASH 2020
For an updated listing of HTRS members' accepted abstracts at ASH 2020 -- oral and poster presentations, as well as special interest sessions, please: CLICK HERE.
NHLBI News: Blueprint, Strategies and Tools for Future Factor VIII Inhibitor-Related Research
Factor VIII Inhibitor State of the Science Workshop Proceedings were published in the July 2019 edition of Hemophilia - Volume 24, Issue 4.
Abstracts from 2019 Symposium published in Haemophilia
The Abstracts from the HTRS/NASTH 2019 Scientific Symposium were published in Haemophilia, the official journal of HTRS.
Podcast: NHLBI Resources and Grants for Hematologists with Drs. DiMichele and Hoots
How to maximize research training and funding opportunities for non-malignant hematology and blood science investigators is the subject of this free podcast, in which Dr. Donna DiMichele and Dr. Keith Hoots of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) talk about NHLBI and National Institutes of Health resources and grants available to hematologists.
Join a Registry
The Children’s Hospital-Acquired Thrombosis (CHAT) Study
CDC Public Health Webinar Series on Blood Disorders: 'Bringing Science into Practice' on March 11, 2021
'Multidisciplinary Care for Acute Pulmonary Embolism: The Pulmonary Embolism Response Team'
The CDC's Division of Blood Disorders is proud to offer this free webinar series on March 11, 2021 from 2:00 to 3:00 PM ET, providing evidence-based info on new research, emerging issues of interest in blood disorders, and innovative approaches to collaboration.
It is open to public health professionals, clinicians, and research who desire more info about pulmonary embolism. Advance registration is required, and the number of attendees is limited.
Leading the Webinar is HTRS Member Rachel P. Rosovsky, MD, MPH, Director, Thrombosis Research, Division of Hematology, Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School. She will discuss the Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT) model and purpose, present the structure and organization, examine the available evidence for efficacy and usefulness, and share the mission of the PERT Consortium.
For more info, CLICK HERE
To preregister, CLICK HERE
For further details, contact, Cynthia Sayers at [email protected].
Newly published in Blood Advances:
2020 ASH Clinical Practice Guidelines on Treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism
The 2020 ASH Clinical Practice Guidelines on Treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism have been published in Blood Advances.
To access, CLICK HERE
You may also copy and paste the following URL in your browser:
2020 ASH ISTH NHF WFH Clinical Practice Guidelines on von Willebrand Disease
The ASH ISTH NHF WFH Clinical Practice Guidelines on von Willebrand Disease have been published in Blood Advances.
To access, CLICK HERE or download these documents:
HTRS members are also encouraged to review a new proposal for definitions in von Willebrand Disease that was recently published in Blood Advances.
To access this proposal, CLICK HERE.
NHF: Research Project Funding Opportunities
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) offers funding opportunities for bleeding disorders investigators at all career stages who are interested in inherited bleeding disorders research or clinical projects.
Application deadlines are approaching in February, March, April and May 2021. For a full listing of award opportunities, please CLICK HERE.
The Jeanne Marie Lusher Predoctoral Diversity Fellowship seeks research applicants from communities of color and/or those that are nationally underrepresented with the aim of increasing diversity in benign hematology. For more info, CLICK HERE.
Questions, Contact NHF's Research Department at [email protected].
National Institutes of Health Center for Scientific Review
The Center for Scientific Review (CSR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) offers two programs that could be valuable for HTRS members:
EARLY CAREER REVIEWER PROGRAM:
Early career scientists who would like review experience can apply to participate in the NIH Early Career Reviewer (ECR) Program. The goals of the ECR Program are to help early career scientists become more competitive as grant applicants through first-hand experience with peer review and to enrich and diversify CSR's pool of trained reviewers.
For more info or to apply to the ECR Program, please CLICK HERE
SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY- REVIEWER RECOMMENDATIONS PORTAL:
HTRS members are invited to recommend scientists to serve as grant reviewers through the NIH Review Recommendation portal. Reviewers should be scientists who are generally willing to serve as reviewers and are seen as experts, with integrity, in their field. They should have an active research program, extramural funding, and not currently be a standing member of an NIH study section or advisory council. The NIH is encouraging HTRS to recommend productive scientists from diverse backgrounds and career stages – e.g. assistant, associate, and full professors.
If you would like HTRS to nominate you or a colleague as an NIH reviewer, please email [email protected] for more info.
2020 HTRS/ATHN Dataset Research Engagement and ATHN Mentorship ("DREAM") Award: Deadline has passed
Together, we're helping turn dreams into reality. The DREAM Award is offered through the collaboration of HTRS and ATHN and supported by an independent medical educational grant from Takeda. Key details:
- Applicants residing in the U.S. and working at U.S.-based, ATHN-affiliated HTCs were eligible to apply for a 2020 DREAM Award.
- The award offers funding of $50,000 USD per recipient for projects lasting up to one year and $100,000 USD per recipient for projects lasting up to two years.
Dr. Anthony Fauci praises HTRS Member Lisa Baumann Kreuziger for her work on national COVID-19 panel
Dr. Lisa Baumann Kreuziger, MD, MS, Medical Director at the Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin, was praised in a personal letter of gratitude from White House advisor and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci.
A hematology expert, Dr. Baumann Kreuziger is serving on a national COVID-19 panel that recommends the best treatment options for people with the virus. The guidelines have been developed to inform clinicians how to care for patients with COVID-19, she says.
"You responded in an exceptional way and worked tirelessly to develop an outstanding initial set of guidelines in two weeks," wrote Dr. Fauci. "In the first week after their release on April 21, there were more than 1 million page views, highlighting the importance of your work. Thank you again for your contributions to this panel, for your outstanding work in caring for patients and for all the additional ways you are helping to respond to this pandemic during this most extraordinary time."
Says Dr. Baumann Kreuziger, "I was honored and humbled to be part of a group of experts to establish treatment recommendations. The guidelines have provided a review of evidence on which doctors can treat patients and develop research."