The Laboratory SIG welcomes applications for its Chair, Vice Chair and Committee member roles. If you would like to apply for these vacancies please visit the BSH Get Involved page. If you have any questions please feel free to contact administration@b-s-h.org.uk

 

The Laboratory SIG will incorporate both benign and malignant laboratory haematology. This group will demonstrate multi-professional and multidisciplinary collaboration, including clinical and biomedical scientists (involved in cytogenetics, genomic medicine, immunophenotyping, general laboratory haematology) as well as medical professionals (histopathologists interested in haematopathology).

The group will focus on general laboratory haematology, haematological malignancy diagnostics and the investigation of constitutional haematological disorders in the UK. These will continue to be a growth area over the next few decades, particularly with the advent of genomic and personalised medicine. Within the SIG, we will have separate sub-speciality workstreams to allow professionals to coalesce around areas of their particular interest, such as HMDS or red cell haematology.

These workstreams will operate and report through the SIG organising committee. 

For more information email: administration@b-s-h.org.uk or call 020 7713 0990

Join the Laboratory Special Interest Group The SIG welcomes both members and non-members of the BSH who have a special interest in Laboratory Haematology and is free to join.
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