ASH Agenda for Hematology Research: 2012-2014
ASH recently released a report urging federal agencies to coordinate hematology research funding into seven specific high-needs areas that will produce the greatest impact and translate into improvements in patient care in the United States. The new ASH Agenda for Hematology Research: 2012-2014 is a third update of a strategic plan the Society releases every three years and describes the many contributions of hematologists both to their own field and to other fields of medicine and articulates the necessity of placing hematology among the top priorities for funding within the healthcare community, both today and in the future.
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Awards & Grants
Awards that provide funding to scientists in various stages of their research careers
A list of the numerous grants distributed through the National Institutes of Health and other federal agencies. Latest grant announcements:
Links to grant opportunities provided by patient advocacy groups
Recommendations From Past Workshops
Publication that identifies and prioritizes the most fertile areas of research in hematology.
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