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- ASH Standing Committee UpdateAugust 12, 2016 | September-October 2016, Volume 13, Issue 5
Drs. Sherif Badawy, Michael Linenberger, and Joseph Mikhael provide an overview of three ASH standing committees including each group's goals, mission, and new developments emerging from them.
- A Diagnostic Approach to Patients with an IgM Monoclonal ProteinSeptember 17, 2014 | September-October 2014, Volume 11, Issue 5
Dr. Joseph Mikhael discusses his approach to the evaluation of patients with an IgM monoclonal protein.
- The ASH Clinical Research Training Institute: A Personal Success StoryNovember 01, 2012 | November-December 2012, Volume 9, Issue 6
Joseph Mikhael, MD, shares the story of his interaction with former CRTI participant. Dr. Tanya Wildes, highlighting the critical role of the yearlong mentoring component of the program.
- Looking Backward but Moving Forward - ASH Annual Meeting 2011January 25, 2012 | January-February 2012, Volume 9, Issue 1
For more than 50 years, ASH has hosted the largest and most influential meeting for those interested in the basic and clinical science of hematology. Every year, for four packed days, individuals from all over the world meet to review and discuss the latest research in the field and its implication for patients with blood diseases.
Dr. Mikhael is professor of medicine at the Mayo College of Medicine and associate dean at Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education. He is Deputy Director of Education at the Mayo Clinic cancer Center and associate medical director in the Department of Development at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona. His interests include multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia, MGUS, lymphoma, benign hematology, education, and pharmaco-economics.
Mayo College of Medicine