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As the world leader in hematology publications, ASH continues to uphold the highest standards for its publications, which cover the breadth of clinical and scientific research and education in the field of hematology. ASH publications – including two peer-reviewed academic journals Blood and Blood Advances, ASH Clinical News magazine, and The Hematologist member newsletter – play a monumental role in providing authoritative information and influencing practice.

Publications of Influence

Publishing Research, Influencing Practice

Blood and Blood Advances continued to publish top quality, high-impact hematology research in 2023, with 1,648 manuscripts. The Blood journals family grew with Blood Vessels, Thrombosis & Hemostasis (VTH) and Blood Neoplasia announced in 2023.

The Hematologist celebrated 20 years of publication with the launch of a recurring “Now and Then” series that provided updates on articles published in its inaugural year. Fifteen new podcast episodes were released, with discussions ranging from an introduction with the new editors-in-chief of Blood VTH and Blood Neoplasia to the management of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.

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Jonathan Licht, MD
Editor-in-Chief of
Blood Neoplasia
University of Florida Health Cancer Center

“I’ve worn many hats throughout my career as both a researcher and a practicing oncologist, which is why I aim to publish exciting, clinically relevant new research in Blood Neoplasia.

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Keith McCrae, MD
Editor-in-Chief of
Blood VTH
Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute

Blood Vessels, Thrombosis & Hemostasis provides a new venue for hematologists engaged in clinical care and research in thrombosis and hemostasis to bring forward top quality clinical, translational, and basic science to the Blood journals.


Hematology Education Program

This invaluable textbook contains review articles from the education program at the 2023 ASH Annual Meeting. Each chapter relates to a different session at the annual meeting, from basic discovery to clinical application. The digital version is free for ASH members and annual meeting attendees; a print version is available for purchase.

Image Bank

A comprehensive collection of images relating to a wide range of hematologic topics, the ASH Image Bank allows users to discover high-quality, peer-reviewed hematologic images.