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03/19Joseph ItalianoBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical Schoolhttp://bwhplateletgroup.bwh.harvard.edu/pis/joe/Platelet Production from Megakaryocytesjitaliano@rics.bwh.harvard.edu
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03/20Kirk TaylorImperial College Londonhttps://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/kirk.taylorDoes inflammation promote leukemogenesis?kirk.taylor@imperial.ac.uk@Dr_KTaylor
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03/23Diane KrauseYalehttps://krauselab.net/Hematopoietic Stem/Progenitor Cell Fate Specification in Health and Diseasediane.krause@yale.edu@dskrausemdphd
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03/24Joseph Aslan Oregon Health & Science Universityhttps://www.ohsu.edu/people/joseph-e-aslanPathway maps of platelet phenotype and functionaslanj@ohsu.edu@JoePlatelet
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03/25Laura GoldbergBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical SchoolHematopoietic stem cell capacity and the role of extracellular vesicles in aged murine bone marrowLrgoldberg@bwh.harvard.edu
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03/26Eric PietrasUniversity of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campuspietraslab.orgeric.pietras@CUAnschutz.edu@pietras_eric
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03/27Ross LevineMSKCChttps://www.mskcc.org/research-areas/labs/ross-levinesomething about leukemia and mgutations (kidding->deciphering and targeting clonal evolution in myeloid malignancvies)leviner@mskcc.org@rosslevinemd
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03/30Peter van Galen Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical Schoolhttp://vangalenlab.bwh.harvard.eduTracing clonal evolution in myeloid malignancies using single-cell sequencingpvangalen@bwh.harvard.edu@vangalenlab
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03/31Julie RayesUniversity of Birmingham*Platelet ITAM receptors in infection and hemolysisj.rayes@bham.ac.uk@julierayes
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04/01Milka KoupenovaUniversity of Massachusetts Medical SchoolInfluenza and Human Platelets: Implications for SARS-CoV-2milka.koupenova@umassmed.edu@DrKoupenova
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04/02Alessandra BalduiniUniversity of Pavia and Tufts Universityhttp://alessandrabalduini.comBone marrow environment and megakaryopoiesis in health and diseasealessandra.balduini@unipv.it-
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04/03Aaron VinyMSKCChttps://www.mskcc.org/research-areas/labs/members/aaron-vinyCohesin and chromatin structure in hematopoiesisvinya@mskcc.org@thedoctorisvin
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04/06Marvin NiemanCase Western Reserve Universityhttps://case.edu/medicine/pharmacology/people/marvin-t-niemanThe structural dynamics of protease activated receptor 4 (PAR4) activationnieman@case.edu
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04/07Alejo E. Rodriguez-FraticelliBoston Children's Hospitalhttps://camargolab.squarespace.com/Single cell tracing of blood stem cells in homeostasis and premalignancyalejo.rodriguez-fraticelli@childrens.harvard.edu@alejofraticelli
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04/08Keith NeevesUniversity of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campusneeveslab.comComputational driven discovery in coagulation dynamics: Modifiers of thrombin generation in hemophilia (no equations!)keith.neeves@cuanschutz.edu@neeveslab
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04/09Anandi KrishnanStanford UniversityPlatelet transcriptome yields disease progression signatures and machine learning classifiers in myeloproliferative neoplasmsanandi.krishnan@stanford.edu@anandi_krishnan
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04/10Magdi NagyMaastricht UniversityIn vitro thrombus formation to study platelet function in health and diseasem.nagy@maastrichtuniversity.nl
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04/13Wolfgang BergmeierUNC Chapel Hillhttp://bergmeierlab.web.unc.edu/Rap1 signaling in megakaryocytesbergmeie@email.unc.edu
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04/14Eric BoilardLaval University, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec (CHUQ)http://www.crchudequebec.ulaval.ca/en/research/researchers/eric-boilard/Role of platelets and their extracellular vesicles in antibody-mediated inflammationeric.boilard@crchudequebec.ulaval.ca@boilard_eric
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04/15 Abdullah KhanUniversity of Birmingham https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/cardiovascular-sciences/Khan-Abdullah.aspxPolymodification of TUBB1 in platelet production and functiona.khan.4@bham.ac.uk@AbAttacks
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04/16Sergei DoulatovUniversity of Washington https://sites.uw.edu/doulatov/Tracking clonal evolution with iPSC reprogrammingdoulatov@uw.edu@Doulatov_lab
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04/17Rob SignerUC San Diegosignerlab.comHematopoietic stem cell regulation by the protein homeostasis networkrsigner@ucsd.edu@SignerLab
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04/20Jarrod Dudakov Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centerdudakovlab.comCell death, innate signaling, and repair: Tale of a "dead-man's switch" orchestrating tissue regenerationjdudakov@fredhutch.org@Dudakov_Lab
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04/21Anna BeaudinUniversity of Utah School of Medicinehttps://faculty.ucmerced.edu/abeaudin/Early immune perturbation alters fetal hematopoiesis and shapes offspring immunity@BeaudinLab
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04/22Robert CampbellUniversity of Utah School of MedicineNovel Roles for Platelets in Infectious Disease and Thrombosisrcampbell@u2m2.utah.edu@racampbell04
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04/23Jens PosmaMaastricht UniversityNo Platelets: Something about coagulation and atherosclerosis
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04/24Jordan ShavitUniversity of Michigan Medical Schoolshavitlab.orgUniversity of Michigan Medical Schooljshavit@umich.edu@Clot1
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04/27Nicola MutchUniversity of Aberdeenhttps://www.abdn.ac.uk/ims/profiles/n.j.mutch
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04/28Aaron PetreyUniversity of Utah School of MedicineProteoglycans, platelets and megakaryocytesaaron.petrey@u2m2.utah.edu@halfnoise
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04/29Karl DeschUniversity of Michigan Medical Schoolhttps://desch.lab.medicine.umich.edu/kdesch@med.umich.edu@loochando
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04/30Jim MorrisseyUniversity of Michigan Medical Schoolhttp://tf7.org/Adventures in Blood Clotting; or, How I Learned to Love Polyphosphatejhmorris@umich.edu@JHMorrissey
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05/01Jesse RowleyUniversity of UtahRNA-seq guided discovery in platelets - from expression to functional assessment with CRISPRjesse.rowley@u2m2.utah.edu
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05/04Ashley BrownUNC Chapel Hill and NC State http://brownlab.web.unc.eduSynthetic platelets for hemostasis and wound healing
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05/05Ángel GarcíaUniversidade de Santiago de Compostelahttp://www.usc.es/biofarma/WebAngel/home.htmProteomics in Platelet Research: a pharmacological perspectiveangel.garcia@usc.es
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05/06Alisa WolbergUNC at Chapel Hillhttps://www.med.unc.edu/wolberglab/Fibrin(ogen) and Fibrin(olysis) in Venous Thrombosis and Obesityalisa_wolberg@med.unc.edu@aswolberg
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05/07Renhao LiEmory Universityhttp://www.pedsresearch.org/research-group/li-laboratory1Mechanism of VWF auto-inhibition and mechano-activationrenhao.li@emory.edu@renhao_li
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05/08Kira GritsmanAlbert Einstein College of Medicinehttps://www.einstein.yu.edu/faculty/14128/kira-gritsman/PI3 kinase in hematopoietic stem cells
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05/11Julia MaxonOregon Health & Science Universityhttp://www.maxsonlab.org/ Targeting signaling and epigenetic dysfunction in CSF3R-driven leukemias
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05/12Beth PsailaUniversity of Oxford https://www.rdm.ox.ac.uk/people/bethan-psailaTBD (single cell approaches to novel target discovery in MPN)
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05/13Roxane Darbousset Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical Schoolhttp://www.nigroviclab.org/lab-members/#1554749273109-cf9bdbd2-722cPlatelet and neutrophil crosstalk: a novel target for therapy in systemic
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05/14kathleen freson University of Leuvenhttps://gbiomed.kuleuven.be/english/research/50000635/CMVB/genetics-and-disease-modelingDigging in genomes to diagnose patients and learn more about plateletskathleen.freson@kuleuven.be@kathleenfreson
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05/15Pierre CuninBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical Schoolhttp://www.nigroviclab.org/lab-members/#1490988651629-5b2b7f30-bec1Megakaryocytes as immune cellspcunin@bwh.harvard.edu@cuninpierre
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05/18Wally WhiteheartUniversity of KentuckyPlatelet "Cell Biology" Who knew? whitehe@uky.edu
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05/19John SempleLund Universityhttps://portal.research.lu.se/portal/en/persons/john-w-semple(c64a07a1-5ffd-416b-ba30-7cf930d41494).html
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05/20Jon GibbinsUniversity of Readinghttp://www.reading.ac.uk/biologicalsciences/j-m-gibbins.aspxThe happy tale of an orhpan connexinj.m.gibbins@reading.ac.uk
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05/21Alan MastVersiti - Blood Center of WisconsinTFPI Inhibition of FV Procoagulant Activity: Biochemistry and Effects on Cerebral Vascular Development
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05/22Jim LuyendykMichigan State Universityhttp://cvm.msu.edu\liverletdieMechanisms linking the hemostatic system to liver repair and regeneration
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05/25Steve ThomasUniversity of Birminghamhttps://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/cardiovascular-sciences/Thomas-Steve.aspxUsing advanced microscopy to understand cytoskeletal function in platelets and megakaryocytess.thomas@bham.ac.uk@drstev1et
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05/26Carsten DeppermannUniversity Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE)www.plateletlab.dePlatelet clearance and intravital imagingcarsten@plateletlab.de@dasisdercarsten
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05/27Alastair PooleUniversity of BristolPlatelet secretion: SNAP, Rals and Exocyst0
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05/28Martha Sola-VisnerBoston Children's HospitalNeonatal platelet transfusions
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05/29Rinku MajumderLSU Health Science Centerrmajum@lsuhsc.edu@rinkumajumder
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06/01Paul Armstrong Queen Mary University of Londonhttp://www.timwarnerlab.orgp.c.armstrong@qmul.ac.uk@Plateletpaul
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2-JunKhalid NaseemUniversity of LeedsStudying the ageing process of platelets
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3-JunPaul HarrisonUniversity of Birminghamhttps://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/inflammation-ageing/harrison-paul.aspxPlatelets in regenerative Medicine - PATH-2 study
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4-JunHervé FaletVersiti Blood Research Institutehttps://www.faletlab.com/Raising the BAR: Role of PACSIN2 in platelets and megakaryocyteshfalet@versiti.org@hfalet
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5-JunChristian KastrupUniversity of British Columbiahttps://kastruplab.msl.ubc.caNatural and novel modulators of hemostasis: Dirt and RNA-gene therapy
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8-JunKatie KathreinUniversity of South Carolinahttps://sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/artsandsciences/biological_sciences/our_people/directory/kathrein_katie.phpInflammation signaling in hematopoietic stem cells
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9-JunJorge Di PaolaWashington University in St. Louishttps://dipaolalab.wustl.edu/ETV6 mediated thrombocytopenia
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10-JunMike HolinstratUniversity of Michiganhttps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/holinstat-lab/Lipid regulation of platelets
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11-JunAndrew VolkCincinnati Children's Hospital Medical CenterChromatin assembly in normal and malignant hematopoiesisandrew.volk@cchmc.org
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12-JunTim StalkerUniversity of PennsylvaniaIntegration of platelet signaling and coagulation in vivotstalker@pennmedicine.upenn.edu@Timothy_Stalker
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15-JunMettine BosLeiden University Medical Centerhttp://www.einthovenlaboratory.com/mettine-bos-phd/From snake venoms to therapeutic proteins: insights on factors V and X structure-funtion relationshipsmbos@lumc.nl@MettineBos
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16-JunZe ZhengColumbia University → Medcial College of Wisconsin/Versiti Blood Research InstituteHepatocyte derived tPA and fibrinolysis
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17-JunIsabel BeermanNational Intitute on Aginghttps://irp.nih.gov/pi/isabel-beermanTBD: Aging HSC related
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18-JunUli SteidlAlbert Einstein College of Medicinehttps://www.einstein.yu.edu/faculty/11118/ulrich-steidl/Understanding and targeting the stem cell origins of myeloid malignancies
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19-JunRoi GazitBen-Gurion University of the Negevhttps://www.roigazitlab.com/HSCs immune activation
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22-JunMikhail PanteleevLomonosov Moscow State University and National Children's Hematology CenterMembrane-dependent reactions on procoagulant platelets: white-collars at the coffee machine?
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23-JunTeresa BowmanAlbert Einstein College of Medicinehttps://sites.google.com/site/thebowmanlaboratoryeinstein/customizationUnderstanding the function of RNA processing in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Biology
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24-JunKate MacNamaraAlbany Medical Collegehttps://www.macnamaralab.space https://www.amc.edu/Profiles/MacnamK.cfmMacrophages as regulators of hematopoiesis during infection and in bone marrow failuremacnamk@amc.edu@MacNamaraLab
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25-JunJamie O'SullivanRoyal College of Surgeons in Irelandhttps://www.rcsi.com/people/profile/jamieosullivanNovel roles for von Willebrand Factor in cancer cell biology@Jme_os
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26-JunAmanda UnsworthManchester Metropolitan Universityhttps://www2.mmu.ac.uk/life-sciences/staff/profile/index.php?id=4181Repurposing drugs as anti-thrombotics.a.unsworth@mmu.ac.uk
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30-JunMarie-Dominique FilippiCincinnati Children's Hospital Research FoundationThe Role of Mitohcondria in Hemtopoietic Stem Cell Functions
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Robert AriënsUniversity of Leedshttps://medicinehealth.leeds.ac.uk/medicine/staff/88/professor-robert-ariensClot properties and thromboembolism
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2-JulH. Leighton GrimesCincinnati Children's Hospital Research Foundationhttps://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/bio/g/lee-grimesSingle cell dissection of marrow failure.
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Katherine KingBaylor College of Medicinehttps://www.bcm.edu/research/labs/katherine-kingContraception and Thrombosis - understanding risk
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7-JulMary CushmanUniversity of Vermonthttps://contentmanager.med.uvm.edu/lcbr/bio?BioID=22609
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Yvette YienUniversity of DelawareRegulation of mitochondrial iron metabolismyyien@udel.edu
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9-JulJohan HeemskerkMaastricht Universityhttps://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/jwm.heemskerk/researchPlatelet complex phenotyping, and the complete platelet proteome/transcriptome
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Mick MilsomGerman Cancer Research Center/HI-STEMhttp://www.hi-stem.de/research-milsomHematopietic stem cell aging and epigenetic programming
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14-JulRuben BieringsErasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdamhttps://www.erasmusmc.nl/en/cancer-institute/research/groups/bierings-labWeibel-Palade bodies: emergency kits of the vasculature
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Owen TamplinUniversity of Wisconsin-Madisonhttps://tamplin.crb.wisc.edu/HSC niche
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16-JulShannon McKinney-FreemanSt. Jude Children's Research Hospitalhttps://www.stjuderesearch.org/site/lab/mckinney-freemanOntogeny of the hematopoietic hierarchy
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Marta DereckaMax Planck Institute of Immunobiology and EpigeneticsNew insights into HSC nichederecka@ie-freiburg.mpg.de
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20-JulMike HolinstratUniversity of Michiganhttps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/holinstat-lab/Lipid regulation of platelets
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21-JulStephen R BakerWake Forest UniversityTBD, Clot Mechanics and Thrombotic Disease?bakersr@wfu.edu@BakerClotMaker
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23-JulJoseph ShatzelOregon Health & Science Universityanticoag.ne**$novel drugs targeting factors XI and XIIShatzel@OHSU.edu
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Phil OwensUniversity of Cincinnatihttps://med.uc.edu/intmed/divisions/cardiovascular-health-disease/cardiovascular-directory/entire-directory/Index/Pubs/owens2at/TBD (role of platelets in atherosclerosis and abdominal aneurysm)phillip.owens@uc.edu@Phil_OwensCincy
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28-JulDiana PassaroINSERM - Cochin Institutehttps://dianapassaro.wixsite.com/imaginicheIntravital imaging and tissue bioenginnering to unravel the bone marrow microenvironment in acute leukemiadiana.passaro@inserm.fr
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Khalid NaseemUniversity of LeedsStudying the ageing process of platelets
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30-JulJonathan HoggattMassachusetts General Hospitalwww.hoggattlab.comNot sure... either will be my favorite recipes while in lockdown, or something about bone marrow transplanthoggatt.jonathan@mgh.harvard.edu@jghoggatt
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Jeremy WoodUniversity of Kentuckyhttps://cvrc.med.uky.edu/users/jpwo226Viral Infection and Coagulation: The Bluegrass ExperienceJeremy.Wood@uky.edu
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4-AugRamiro GarzonOhio State UniversityNoncoding RNAs in AMLRamiro.garzon@osumc.edu
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Alan HarperKeele Universityhttps://www.keele.ac.uk/pharmacy-bioengineering/ourpeople/alanharper/Developing magnetic nanoparticles as novel theranostic agents for acute cardiovascular diseasea.g.s.harper@keele.ac.uk
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6-AugMayken VisserMaastricht UniversityKallikrein factor IX patwaym.visser@maastrichtuniversity.nl