Who Should Apply and Attend
This Colloquium is open to 30 junior faculty and early-career investigators (MDs, DOs, PhDs and MD/PhDs) who are working to build sustainable academic research careers in hemostasis and thrombosis. If there are more than 30 competitive applications, preference will be given to applicants who have not previously attended an HTRS Research Colloquium.
About the HTRS Research Colloquium
The Colloquium is a 1.5-day program for basic scientists/translational researchers and clinicians/physician-scientists interested in classical hematology to:
- Share strategies for building a successful research career in the 21st century
- Encourage early-career investigators and junior faculty to pursue active research careers
- Inspire partnerships that link researchers from “bench to bedside” to advance research in disorders of hemostasis and thrombosis
- Connect with potential mentors and meet colleagues
This dynamic hybrid meeting will provide professional education and promote career development. Attendees will exchange ideas, establish or renew professional relationships, attend challenging scientific sessions and breakout sessions, and discuss the latest research in hemostasis and thrombosis.
Taking place biennially, prior to the HTRS Scientific Symposium, the Colloquium is the next stage progressive career development workshop following the Trainee Workshop.
- Foster lasting connections between early-career physician-scientists and basic or translational scientists that can lead to collaborative research
- Provide continuing education and career development support for junior faculty and/or postdoctoral attendees looking to build a sustainable research career in classical hematology
HTRS is currently seeking funding supporters for the Research Colloquium, if your company or HTC is interested in providing support please email [email protected]. HTRS is solely responsible for developing the agenda and overseeing the presentation of scientific content free from commercial bias.
Ming Y. Lim, MB BChir, MSCR
University of Utah School of Medicine
Joshua Muia, PhD
2023 Vice Chair/2025 Chair
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Jaehyung (Gus) Cho, PhD
Washington University School of Medicine
Lindsey A. George, MD
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine