American Society of Hematology

ASH provides a wide array of educational opportunities to support hematologists in research and practice around the world.

International Membership

Any person with a doctoral degree or its equivalent, who has made a contribution to the field of hematology or who resides outside Canada, Mexico, or the United States is eligible for International membership.

Programs and Awards

Hematologists outside of the United States and Canada are eligible for many of the Society's programs and awards. The Society also has several programs specifically for hematologists in other countries.

Clinical Research Training Institute in Latin America

This award program is intended for early-to-mid-level hematology faculty working in Latin American countries who are engaged in clinical research and training and wish to become more familiar with clinical trial design and execution.

Visitor Training Program

Intended for talented hematologists, scientists, and laboratory staff from developing countries, this award program provides training on a specific hematology topic or technique for up to 12 weeks.

International Post-Doctoral Fellows Program

A program that allows international post-doctoral fellows to can gain access to valuable ASH resources at no charge for up to four years.

International Outreach Initiative

ASH distributes educational materials to help address the hematology-related needs in research, practice and training in developing countries.

International Consortium on Acute Leukemia

An initiative that brings together clinical investigators from Europe, North America, and South America in the spirit of international clinical and laboratory collaboration.

Health Volunteers Overseas

ASH members are providing targeted education and training to hematology personnel at healthcare institutions in the developing world.

Latin American Training Program

A program intended for hematologist or hematology-related healthcare professionals to help build hematology capacity in Latin America around specific priority areas for the region.

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