The Hematologist

Podcasts

The Hematologist offers podcasts that enhance the reading experience by presenting key results and additional insights from published articles in a convenient audio format. All of the podcasts are available for FREE! Learn more

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  • The Hematologist and 2019 ASH News Daily Editors on Contributing to ASH Pubs With Drs. Laura Michaelis and Ayesha ZiaDecember 02, 2019 | November-December 2019, Volume 16, Issue 6
    Speakers: Dr. Laura Michaelis; Dr. Ayesha Zia

    In this podcast, The Hematologist Editor-in-Chief Dr. Laura Michaelis has a conversation with 2019 ASH News Daily Editor-in-Chief Dr. Ayesha Zia. They discuss responsibilities of an Editor-in-Chief, how ASH News Daily and The Hematologist serve as resources for hematologists, especially ASH News Daily for annual meeting attendees as well as those who will miss the meeting this year in Orlando, and what interested listeners can do to get involved with these two ASH publications. Learn more

  • How to Navigate the 2019 ASH Annual Meeting: A Guide for PhDs, With Drs. Andrew Volk and Heather O'LearyNovember 22, 2019 | November-December 2019, Volume 16, Issue 6
    Speakers: Dr. Andrew Volk; Dr. Heather O'Leary

    In this podcast, Drs. Andrew Volk and Heather O'Leary help the PhD community navigate the upcoming 61st ASH Annual Meeting taking place December 7 to 10, in Orlando. They provide important information about events, sessions, and features that could benefit the PhD community. Learn more

  • Amino Acid Metabolism and the Leukemia Stem Cell With Drs. O'Dwyer, Liesveld, and JonesNovember 01, 2019 | November-December 2019, Volume 16, Issue 6
    Speakers: Dr. Kristen O'Dwyer; Dr. Jane Liesveld; Dr. Courtney Jones

    In this podcast, Contributing Editor Dr. Kristen O'Dwyer has a conversation with Dr. Jane Liesveld and Dr. Courtney Jones. They discuss Drs. O'Dwyer and Liesveld's Diffusion article from the November/December 2019 issue of The Hematologist. The article titled, "Outfoxing OXPHOS: Amino Acid Metabolism and the Leukemia Stem Cell," discusses how cysteine depletion targets leukemia stem cells through inhibition of electron transport complex II. Read more

  • How to Navigate the 2019 ASH Annual Meeting: A Guide for the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Community, With Drs. Flaumenhaft and Di PaolaOctober 01, 2019 | September-October 2019, Volume 16, Issue 5
    Speakers: Dr. Robert Flaumenhaft; Dr. Jorge Di Paola

    In this podcast, Drs. Robert Flaumenhaft and Jorge Di Paola help the Hemostasis and Thrombosis (H&T) community navigate the upcoming 61st ASH Annual Meeting taking place December 7 to 10, in Orlando. They provide important information about events, sessions, and features that could benefit the H&T community. Learn more

  • Is the Future of the Benign Hematology Consult Electronic? With Drs. Stephan Moll and Ashok PaiSeptember 01, 2019 | September-October 2019, Volume 16, Issue 5
    Speakers: Dr. Stephan Moll; Dr. Ashok Pai

    In this podcast, Contributing Editor Dr. Stephan Moll has a conversation with Dr. Ashok Pai. They discuss Dr. Moll's Diffusion article from the September/October 2019 issue of The Hematologist. The article titled, "Is the Future of the Benign Hematology Consult Electronic?," discusses a virtual nonmalignant hematology consultation service, or e-consult, as a promising new approach that maximizes access to nonmalignant hematology expertise. Read more

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