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Translational Research Conference: Bone Marrow Failure Disorders - From the cell to the cure of the disease - Apply for your Scholarship now!

March 17, 2020

Scholarships are available
for the

Translational Research Conference
From the cell to the cure of the disease

November 13-15, 2020
Paris, France

Chairs: Tim Brümmendorf, Inderjeet Dokal, Carlo Dufour,

Régis Peffault de Latour, Marc H.G.P Raaijmakers, Neal Young


This Call for Applications is made thanks to a funding support from:

The present Call for Applications may be of interest to you if:

Deadline for applications:
September 3, 2020

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The ESH Scholarship Fund is a multi-sponsored project designed to support access to new biological and clinical data in the context of lifelong learning in Haematology.
- ESH independently ensures all scientific peer review and selection procedures.
- ESH is also independently responsible for all administrative aspects of the Fund.
Stay tuned for announcements regarding other ESH Scholarship Fund Scholarships.

On behalf of the European School of Haematology and the Severe Aplastic Anaemia Working Party of the European Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (EBMT), we are very pleased to invite you to this Translational Research Conference on Bone Marrow Failure Disorders (BMF).

An outstanding faculty of distinguished global experts will present the most recent advances in the field, from the pathophysiology to the diagnosis and therapy of inherited BMF disorders, idiopathic Aplastic Anaemia and Paroxysmal Nocturnal Haemoglobinuria.

  - Stem cell biology: from stress to failure
  - Constitutional marrow failure 1: Fanconi Anaemia 
  - Constitutional marrow failure 2: Ribosome diseases
  - Constitutional marrow failure 3: Telomere biology diseases 
  - Immune Aplastic Anaemia and PNH 1: Pathophysiology and diagnosis 
  - Idiopathic Aplastic Anaemia and PNH 2: Differential diagnosis and clonal evolution 
  - Treatment of immune Aplastic Anaemia 
  - Treatment of PNH
  - Emerging areas and new challenges
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with no input from corporate sponsors.