Date: Sunday 29 September - Tuesday 1 October 2019
Time: 09:00 - 19:00
Venue: Joseph B. Martin Conference Centre, Boston, USA
Advancing basic research findings to the clinic remains a daunting task. Researchers in the field of haematopoiesis have made significant progress in this regard by taking discoveries from model organisms to the clinic. Such advances, including bone marrow transfers, stem cell replacements and immunotherapies, have also had a large impact on the treatment of non-blood disorders.
Talks will feature basic research advances acquired across multiple model organisms, as they are applied to human blood disorders. A primary aim is to promote knowledge of therapies or drug discovery that has been developed pre-clinically to move to a clinical trial.
- Blood development: mechanisms and pathology
- Epigenetic regulation of blood development
- Erythropoiesis and red cell disorders
- Targeting blood cancers
- Clonal hematopoiesis
- Manipulating the stem cell niche
The programme can be found here.
To apply to attend, please visit https://www.biologists.com/meetings/dmmblood2019/apply-to-attend/
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