Kenneth G. Mann
Dr. Kenneth Mann, an internationally known researcher, has made key discoveries regarding coagulation, including the isolation and characterization of blood-clotting factor V and the prothrombinase complex, and the description of the mechanisms of action of pro- and anticoagulants. He has more than four decades of experience in the field of hemostasis, holds several patents relating to his research, and has published more than 450 original papers, reviews, and chapters. For his work, Dr. Mann has received numerous national and international awards, including the Stratton Medal and the E. Donnall Thomas Lecture and Prize from ASH. Dr. Mann is currently Professor of Biochemistry and Medicine at the University of Vermont College of Medicine in Colchester.
Dr. Mann has published numerous articles in the Society's journal Blood.
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