Conferences and symposiums Young Researchers in Hematology Symposium
The FoU committee at ME Hematology KI/K welcomes researchers working in Hematology to the 3rd "Young Researchers in Hematology Symposium".
Most speakers at the symposium will be junior researchers and clinicians (PhD students, post docs, and young group leaders) from the Stockholm area. This year, there will also be three workshops to choose from.
To secure your spot at the symposium, kindly register by September 30, 2023. When registering, you will be asked to select an afternoon workshop of your choice and indicate whether you plan to attend the entire day or specific sessions. Participation in the symposium is completely free of charge.
Please note that we may close the registration window prematurely if we reach the maximum capacity of participants, so be sure to secure your spot as early as possible.
Magnus Boman: What kind of AI is relevant to hematological research?
Joel Joelsson: Risk factors and characteristics of therapy-related myeloid neoplasms following treatment of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma
Zahra Haider: Circulating tumor DNA for diagnosis and monitoring in lymphoid malignancies
Franca Su: Aging is associated with functional and molecular changes in distinct hematopoietic stem cell subsets
Axel Winroth: Hematopoietic stem cell contribution to platelet heterogeneity
Maria Andersson: Title TBA
Hannes Lindhal: Heparin in stem cell harvest
Valentina Carannante: Miniaturized and multiplexed evaluation of NK cell cytotoxicity and infiltration in patient-derived sarcoma spheroids using a novel multichambered microwell chip
Thomas Poiret: How glucocorticoids affect CAR T cells Quirin Hammar - NK cell functions and how they can be used for immunotherapy
Lovisa Malmqvist: Coagulopathy in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Emma Bendz: Thromboembolism and cardiac arrest Adrian Kimiaei - New Methods for Von Willebrand Disease
Ana Oliveira (KI career service): Career skills for scientists
Meike Latz (science illustrator): Visualize your research – from data plots to graphical abstracts
Rasmus Nylander (KI health promotion): Creating a sustainable worklife balance
Nikolas Herold: Targeting drug resistance in acute leukaemias: a translational approach
Petra Elfvinge & Malin Svennefalk: Results of a questionaire for women with bleeding disorders
Katharina Kirchhof: Investigating germline RUNX1 mutations with patient-derived iPSC
Laura Covill: Integrated analysis of trio ATAC-seq and RNA-seq for identification of disease-causing non-coding variants in patients
Marie Meeths: Pediatric immunodeficiencies