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SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM 2019

HTRS/NASTH 2019 SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM

THANKS FOR A SUCCESSFUL WEEK IN NEW ORLEANS!

Look for a photo gallery to come, along with 2019 Scientific Symposium highlights including the announcement of the merger between HTRS and the North American Society onThrombosis and Hemostasis ("NASTH" at www.nasth.org).  The combined HTRS/NASTH membership represents the full spectrum of clinical, basic science, and translational science professionals in hemostasis and thrombosis.

 

NASTH members, please contact us with membership transfer questions: h[email protected]

 

For CME credits, attendees should use form and pass code sent

Attendees received info to apply for their CME credits -- the electronic form and pass code -- in two emails sent from [email protected] following the meeting. For further info, please contact [email protected] directly.

HTRS TRAINEE WORKSHOPS


TRAINEE WORKSHOPS: 'Building a Career in Hemostasis and Thrombosis'

Next Trainee Workshop - Pre-ASH December 4-5, 2019 in Orlando, FL

The goal of “Building a Career in Hemostasis and Thrombosis” is to attract trainees to the field of non-malignant hematology for the benefit of current and future patients with bleeding and thrombotic disorders.

   • The program is a mix of case presentations by both faculty and trainees, didactic lectures, interactive breakout sessions, and time for   networking with peers and mentors.

   • The scientific content for this Workshop isdesigned by the HTRS Trainee Workshop Planning Committee, comprising HTRS physician members in hemostasis and thrombosis. 

   • More details to come!

 

 

 

 

 

 

MENTORED RESEARCH AWARDS


ANNOUNCING THE HTRS 2020 MENTORED RESEARCH AWARD

Pre-proposal Due Date:  Monday, July 29, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET.  Click here for more information.

The HTRS Mentored Research Awards provide trainees and junior faculty the financial support, mentoring, and protected research time to launch research careers in the blood sciences by:

   • Supporting innovative research

   • Pairing talented young physician-scientists with seasoned investigators

   • Bridging the gap between mentored research and research independence


Jordan A. Shavit, MD, PhD (pictured left) received an HTRS Mentored Research Award in 2008 and is now a practicing pediatric hematologist at the University of Michigan, specializing in the care of children with diseases of the blood coagulation system. He is known internationally for his investigation of the genetics of von Willebrand Disease and human blood clotting disorders using animal models. Photo provided by Dr. Shavit and used with permission.

HTRS MISSION STATEMENT


MISSION STATEMENT

At HTRS, we are the leading North American professional society dedicated to research, mentoring, workforce development, and continuing medical education for physicians, investigators, and all health care professionals interested in advancing care for people with hemostatic and thrombotic disorders, offering:

  • Grants and awards

  • Continuing education

  • Career development networks


Dr. Patricia Zerra, MD, (pictured left) received an HTRS Mentored Research Award in 2018 and is now a practicing pediatric hematologist and transfusion medicine specialist at Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Dr. Zerra’s current research focuses on the immune response to FVIII in an effort to identify initiating immune events that can serve as targets to prevent FVIII inhibitor formation in patients with hemophilia A. Photo provided by Dr. Zerra and used with permission.

 

HTRS/NASTH 2019 Scientific Symposium:

For CME credits, attendees should use form and passcode

On the last day of the meeting, attendees received the electronic form and passcode from the [email protected] email account twice following the meeting -- which are needed to get CME credits. For more info, contact [email protected] directly.

This was the 11th Symposium of the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Research Society (HTRS), and the first in which NASTH partnered with us.  Our organizations brought together leading basic and translational science investigators with clinical colleagues for a dynamic meeting featuring:

  • State-of-the-Art Lectures and Scientific Sessions
  • Collaboration and networking
  • Oral Abstract Presentations and Poster Sessions
  • Career Development Breakfasts for early career investigators

Thanks to the HTRS/NASTH 2019 Symposium Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Medical Education Supporters:

Sponsors
Bayer, BPL, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, CSL Behring, Genentech, HTRS Members who Donated to the 2018 Annual Appeal, Octapharma, Pfizer,  Sanofi Genzyme, Sebia, Takeda, Tremeau Pharmaceuticals, uniQure Inc.

Exhibitors
Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Bayer, BioMarin Pharmaceutical, BMS/Pfizer, BPL, CSL Behring, CSL Behring Medical Affairs, Foundation for Women and Girls with Blood Disorders, Genentech, Grifols USA, LLC, Hemophilia Alliance, Kedrion Biopharma Inc., Machaon Diagnostics, Novo Nordisk Inc., Pfizer, Red Chip Enterprises, Sanofi Genzyme, Takeda, Takeda Medical Affairs, Tremeau Pharmaceuticals, Versiti

Medical Education Grants
Bayer, CSL Behring, Genentech, Grifols USA, Inc., Pfizer, Portola Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

 


 

Apply for a Grant

Announcing the HTRS 2020 Mentored Research Award
Pre-proposal Deadline Monday, July 29, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET

 

THSNA Travel-to-a-Mentor Award

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2019 HTRS Annual Business Meeting: June 10, 2019

HTRS members, please check your email for a link to register now!

 

The 2018 HTRS Annual Business Meeting webinar and slides are available to HTRS members for viewing in the members-only section on the HTRS website.

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Join a Registry 

The Children’s Hospital-Acquired Thrombosis (CHAT) Study

 

 

SAVE THE DATES!

2020 HTRS Research Colloquium

April 21-22, 2020: Pre-THSNA 2020 Summit, Hyatt Centric, Chicago IL

2020 THSNA Summit

April 22-25, 2020: Sheraton Hotel, Chicago IL

2021 HTRS Scientific Symposium

March 11-13, 2021: Loews Coronado Bay, San Diego, CA

 

 

HTRS Member SpotlightDr. Evi Stavrou, Oscar D. Ratnoff Professor of Medicine & Hematology, Case Western Reserve University

Dr. Evi X. Stavrou, Director of Anticoagulation Clinic at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, received her MD degree summa cum laude from Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary. On completion of her medical school training, Dr. Stavrou completed her Internal Medicine residency at Johns Hopkins University-Sinai program and Hematology-Oncology fellowship at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. Presently, Dr. Stavrou’s work is focused on the Factor XII – uPAR interactome and neutrophil cell biology in health and disease. Her work has been published in premier journals including Blood, the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Nature Communications and the Journal of Clinical Investigation. Dr. Stavrou’s work was funded initially through an HTRS Mentored Research Award supported with a grant from Baxter Healthcare Corporation (now Takeda) and subsequently from the American Heart Association. Presently, Dr. Stavrou is funded by the National Institutes of Health, VA Research & Education Foundation, and VA Advanced Platform Technology Center. Her clinical duties are focused solely on patients with hemostatic and thrombotic disorders.

Q&A: GETTING TO KNOW YOU

Q: Outside of medicine, what other interests do you pursue?

A: I am a classically trained violinist so I like to keep up, perhaps not as much as I’d hope. I also like to keep my orchids alive.

Q: If you could bring one book and movie to a desert island...

A: For a book, I would choose “The Undoing Project” by Michael Lewis because it illustrates how opposite geniuses attract and is a fantastic example of complementary collaboration among individuals. Amos and Danny completed each other scientifically to introduce the concept that psychology can be applied to Economics and human decision-making. They are a prime example that collaboration can lead to innovative thinking and a new field of science. It is also a wonderful testament to ever-lasting friendship and a sad story, as Amos passed away before receiving the Nobel Prize that he so much deserved.

For a movie on a desert island, I would pick “The Sound of Music.”  I grew up watching it and I would need the happiness and music to remind me there are things to live for.

FOR COMPLETE INTERVIEW: CLICK HERE!


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