2020 HTRS Research Colloquium: 'Developing a Sustainable Research Career in Hemostasis and Thrombosis'

*Rescheduled for March 9-10, 2021*

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HTRS UPDATE: In light of public health recommendations, HTRS leadership has postponed all in-person events associated with the THSNA 2020 Summit, which now has been rescheduled as a virtual meeting October 27-29, 2020. Our next Research Colloquium now will take place March 9-10, 2021, prior to the HTRS Scientific Symposium March 11-13, 2021. For more info, email [email protected].


2020 HTRS Research Colloquium -- Rescheduled to March 9-10, 2021, Location/Format TBD

The HTRS Research Colloquium will be a dynamic meeting focused on professional development and networking in benign hematology for:

  • Basic Scientists
  • Translational Researchers
  • Clinicians/Physician-Scientists

Target Audience: Junior faculty and early-stage investigators (MDs, DOs, MD/PhDs, and PhDs) who have completed fellowship and/or postdoctoral training and are working to build sustainable academic research careers in hemostasis and thrombosis.  Third- or fourth-year medical fellows and/or postdocs may apply to attend if they can demonstrate an established commitment to building a research career in hemostass or thrombosis upon completion of training.

What to Expect: This dynamic meeting is designed to provide professional education and promote career development.  Attendees will exchange ideas, establish or renew professional relationships, attend challenging scientific sessions and breakouts, and discuss the latest research in hemostasis and thrombosis.  There will be a focus on networking and mentoring; participants will enjoy plenty of time to connect with peers and expert mentors dedicated to bridging the traditional "bench to bedside gap" to improve the lives of patients with disorders of hemostasis and thrombosis.

Registration: General registration re-opens soon.  If you registered to attend the Colloquium when it was originally scheduled, you do not need to register again.  Space is limited to the first 100 registrants.  

For more info, visit the Colloquium website to be updated soon.