ASH Medical Educators Institute: A View From the Classroom
Dr. Laura Michaelis interviews Drs. Molly Mandernach and Annie Im about their experience participating in the ASH Medical Educators Institute.
Germline Mutations in a Cohort of Inherited Marrow Failure Patients: A Varied Landscape
Dr. Keel reviews work that expands our understanding of the inherited genetic underpinnings of marrow failure and hematologic malignancy predisposition.
Brief memoirs written by respected members of the Society recounting inspiring careers in hematology
Drs. High and White shed light on the life and accomplishments of Dr. Harold R. Roberts, longtime hematology Division Chief and director of the Center for Thrombosis and Hemostasis at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. John Pagel looks back at Dr. Oliver Press's legacy as a hematologist and as a dedicated mentor.
Dr. Robert Peter Gale and Dr. William Fibbe pay tribute to Johannes Joseph van Rood as they shed light on the life and accomplishments of this immunohematology pioneer.
Dr. Nancy Berliner reflects on her career; former protégé Dr. Elisabeth Battinelli pays tribute to her mentor.
Dr. Rosmarin sheds light on the life and legacy of Dr. H. Jean Khoury, and remembers befriending him through their shared involvement with ASH.
Dr. Jack Hirsh reflects on a life devoted to hematology; one of his mentees, Dr. John Kelton pays a special tribute.
Read about the life and work of Professor Niels Borregaard in this in memoriam piece on behalf of the Blood journal for which he served as Associate Editor for a couple of months.
Dr. David Grimwade has been presented with the ASH Exemplary Service Award. Read about his work with molecular characterization of acute promyelocytic leukemia and his involvement with ASH.
Dr. Sadler sheds light on the life and legacy of Dr. Phillip Majerus, President of ASH in 1991 and William Dameshek Prize recipient.
Dr. Joe Selby and Dr. Julie Panepinto talk about the private, non-profit, independent research funding organization PCORI that helps fund research for health-care issues important to both patients and their health-care providers, and represents the entire health-care community.
March-April 2018Volume 15, Issue 2
A new Compendium providing updated clinical information to "Ask the Hematologist" articles published in The Hematologist from 2010 to 2015 is now available.
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