Fellows Network

 

Fellows Network Benefits

  • Complimentary Trainee-level or
    Student-level HTRS Membership
  • Social and professional network opportunities at major hematology conferences such as the ASH Annual Meeting, the HTRS Scientific Symposium,
    and the THSNA Summit
  • HTRS Mentor Match program
  • Information on grants, training, and other career development opportunities


Fellows Network Goals

  • Establish and enhance communication among fellows/trainees interested in careers in hemostasis and thrombosis
  • Establish a network of peers to provide support and advice
  • Provide information and resources to encourage and assist fellows to successfully pursue a career in hemostasis and thrombosis
  • Provide access to the expertise of established physicians and researchers working in the field of hemostasis and thrombosis
  • Collaborate with the HTRS Junior Faculty Network (ConECCTOR) and HTRS members to develop and retain physician investigators in the field of hemostasis and thrombosis
     

 


Who Can Join?

  • Medical Residents and Fellows
     
  • Doctoral students with an interest in hemostasis and thrombosis research

Fellows Network members receive complimentary Trainee or Student-level HTRS membership for the duration of training or study. 

 

  


FELLOWS NETWORK RESOURCES

 

  • Upcoming Events
  • Mentor Match Program
  • Grant Review Workshops
  • Newsletter/Webinar Archive

 

Fellows Network/ConECCTOR Career Development Meeting during THSNA 2022 Summit

Wednesday, August 17, 2022
7:00–8:00 pm

Pinstripes Restaurant 
Chicago, IL

HTRS Mentor Match Program

This program matches a ConECCTOR member (the mentor) with a Fellows Network member (the mentee).

Mentor/mentee pairs are self-directed and encouraged to explore a wide range of career development topics (e.g. how to achieve a junior faculty position at an academic institution, how to establish a research career post-fellowship, etc.).

Visit the HTRS Mentor Match Program page for more information.

If you are interested in finding a mentor or being a mentor, email Jennifer Ziegler, Director, Award Programs and Career Development at [email protected]


Need assistance with grant writing?

HTRS offers Grant Review Workshops to members of the Fellows Network and ConNECCTOR. You'll receive direct feedback on your project/application and there is potential for ongoing discussions with colleagues and mentors.

Grant Review Process

  • Submit grant-specific application materials and/or a description of the project, along with your career goals
  • If accepted, an HTRS faculty member will review your materials
  • After reviewing your materials, the reviewer will share their feedback with you during a 60-minute session.

If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, email Jennifer Ziegler, Director, Award Programs and Career Development at [email protected]

Due to conflicts of interest, we cannot accept applications for HTRS MRA or ATHN/DREAM Awards.

 


Fellows Network Leadership
 

George Goshua, MD, MSc
Chair

Yale School of Medicine

Barbara Lam, MD
Vice-Chair

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


Fellows Network Council

Kimberley Youkhana, MD
Vice Chair-Elect

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Shreya Agarwal, MD 
Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Brianna Bakow, MD
Lifespan Cancer Institute | Brown University

Stefanie DiGiandomenico, MD 
Emory University

Annabel Frank, MD 
University of California San Francisco

Gianna Guzzardo, MD
Children’s Hospital of Michigan

Ronak Mistry, MD 
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Jillian Simoneau-Lipinski, MD
University of Michigan | CS Mott Children’s Hospital

Richard Travers, MD, PhD
Tufts Medical Center, Boston
 

 

  Questions about the Fellows Network? 

  Contact Jennifer Ziegler, Director of Award Programs and Career Development, [email protected].

 

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