The American Society of Hematology is pleased to recognize Monday’s abstract presenters who received the highest
ranking in their categories of undergraduate student, medical student, graduate
student, and resident physician. Merit Award winners receive a $500 honorarium
plus annual meeting travel reimbursement.
7:00 a.m., Ernest N.
Morial Convention Center, 260-262
and Macrophages: Mobilization and Activation
CXCR2 Signals Act in
Concert with CXCR4 to Regulate Neutrophil Release From the Bone Marrow
7:15 a.m., Ernest N.
Morial Convention Center, 293-296
Bone Marrow Failure I
in in Vitro Erythroid Proliferation and Differentiation, p53 and Apoptosis
Pathways in Diamond-Blackfan Anemia in Conjunction with Depletion of RPS19,
RPL5 and RPL11 mRNA
Mary Rodes Gibson
Memorial Award in Hemostasis and Thrombosis Recipient
7:30 a.m., Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, 279-282
Disorders of Platelet Number or Function: Mechanisms of Platelet Production and
Megakaryocytes Into Mice Yields Functional Platelets: Biological and Clinical
An De Weer
10:30 a.m., Ernest N.
Morial Convention Center, R02-R05
Disordered Gene Expression in Hematologic Malignancy including Disordered
Epigenetic Regulation: Lymphoid Malignancy
MiR-449a Is Essential for the Survival of EVI1 Positive Leukemic Cells through
Modulation of NOTCH1 and BCL2
Nanua, MD, PhD
3:45 p.m., Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, 260-262
Granulocytes, Monocytes and Macrophages: Granulopoiesis and Neutropenia
Loss of PERK Signaling
Results in Impaired Granulopoiesis in Transgenic Mice Expressing Mutant Ela2
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