EHA-SWG Scientific Meeting on Anemias: Diagnosis and Treatment in the Omics Era
Dates: February 2–4, 2017
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Chairs: A Iolascon, C Camaschella, MD Cappellini, M Muckenthaler
Co-chairs: P Aguilar Martinez, L De Franceschi, S Rivella, I Roberts, J Vives Corrons, M Sanchez Fernandez
EHA Scientific Working Group on Red Cells and Iron
Online registration is now closed!
EHA, together with the SWG on Red Cells and Iron are inviting you to the scientific meeting on Anemias. This scientific meeting focuses on new technologies and the impact of new technologies in solving clinical problems in the diagnosis and treatment of Anemias.
The scientific program will cover the following topics:
- Update on erythropoiesis
- Failure of erythropoiesis
- Next generation sequencing
- Proteomics of anemias
- New therapeutic approaches for anemias
- Iron and erythropoiesis
- New therapies for iron overload and deficiency
After this meeting, participants should be able to:
- Diagnose and treat anemias due to bone marrow failure.
- Be aware of the new technique for diagnosis of anemias.
- Know how to recognize and treat iron metabolism detects and related microcytic anemias.
- Be aware of the new treatment for anemias.
Hematologists, pediatricians and biologists.
The conference will take place at the Avenida Palace Barcelona
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 605
This meeting is supported by:
|Major Level Partner|
|Travel grant provider|
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EBAH CME Accreditation
Continuing Medical Education (CME) is widely accepted as a means to encourage individual practitioners to maintain and develop professional knowledge and skills keeping up-to-date with latest developments within the field. The meeting will be accredited by the EBAH system. Participants of this meeting are eligible to receive one Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit point for every hour of accredited activity from the EBAH system.