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- An Overview of the ASH Honorific Awards with Drs. Mohandas Narla and Linda BurnsApril 25, 2017 | March-April 2017, Volume 14, Issue 2
Speakers: Dr. Mohandas Narla; Dr. Linda Burns
In this podcast, ASH Awards Committee members, Drs. Linda Burns and Mohandas Narla discuss ASH's most prestigious awards, the Honorifics. They provide a thorough overview of the seven awards, the nomination process, as well as the importance of nominating your colleagues to be honored for their achievements. These awards recognize hematologists for accomplishments that serve as building blocks for new medical advancements in hematology. Remember to submit your nominations by July 15, 2017. Learn more
- Beat AML Trial Update With Dr. John Byrd, Dr. Elizabeth Raetz and Dr. Eytan SteinMarch 20, 2017 | March-April 2017, Volume 14, Issue 2
Speakers: Dr. John Byrd; Dr. Elizabeth Raetz; Dr. Eytan Stein
In her Clinical Trials Corner article from the March/April 2017 issue of The Hematologist, Dr. Elizabeth Raetz along with Dr. Tibor Kovacsovics take a look at the Beat AML Trial. In this podcast, AML experts Dr. John Byrd and Dr. Eytan Stein join Dr. Raetz in a conversation about the trial's design, rationale, and results, as well as its significance in developing a precision medicine approach for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia. Read more
- The Year's Best in Sickle Cell Disease with Dr. Alexis Thompson and Dr. Jason GotlibJanuary 24, 2017 | January-February 2017, Volume 14, Issue 1
Speakers: Dr. Alexis Thompson; Dr. Jason Gotlib
The first podcast of 2017 for The Hematologist: ASH News and Reports features Dr. Jason Gotlib (Stanford University School of Medicine) and Dr. Alexis Thompson (Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital) having a conversation about the highlights of 2016 in sickle cell disease (SCD). They cover studies in SCD and ASH Sickle Cell Disease initiatives in order to demonstrate why it is such an exciting time for the study of this disease. Read more