Saturday, December 3, 2011
HEMOSTASIS HAPPENINGS: DECEMBER 2011
Working Group of Thrombosis and Hemostasis (in collaboration with the cardiology departments at South Valley Universities)
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Emergency Medicine 2012
When: January 12 and 13, 2012
Description: Emergency Medicine 2012 brings together leading experts in the fields of emergency and acute medicine, prehospital care and trauma to discuss the central issues and current challenges facing the assessment and treatment of emergency patients.
When: January 23 to 26, 2012
Haematology - 26th January
Moderator: Dr. Imran Mirza, Section Head, Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Session 1 - Haemoglobinopathy/Thalassaemia
10:00: Some novel aspects of Consanguineous Marriage and their relation to common Haemoglobinopathies
10:40: Clinical Management of Haemoglobinopathy/Thalassaemia
11:10: The Application of high resolution melting PCR to detect beta-thalassaemia mutations
11:40: Coffee Break
Session 2 - Haemostasis/Thromophilia
12:00: Current Management of Haemophilia
12:30: Current Management of ITP
13:00: Thrombophilia Genotyping in the UAE
13:30: Lunch Break
Session 3 - Leukaemia/Lymphoma
Moderator: Dr.David Spence, Consultant Clinical Haematology, Medical Institute, Sheikh Khalifa Medical Institute, Abu Dhabi, UAE
15:00: Acute Myeloid Leukaemia Diganosis in the light of WHO revisions and its correlation with the risk adaptive management
15:30: Diagnosis and Classification of Lymphoma
16:00: Clinical Management Lymphoma/Myeloma
16:30: Discussion (Q&A)
16:40: Closing of Haematology Track
ADVANCED LEARNING ON PLATELETS & THROMBOSIS INTERNATIONAL COURSE
It is our great pleasure and privilege to invite you to participate in the ALPIC 2012 (Advanced Learning on Platelets & Thrombosis International Course), the second Hellenic scientific event on Platelets and Thrombosis, held in Metsovo, Greece, January 27-29, 2012, at Diaselo Conference Center. ALPIC 2012 will be organized by the University of Ioannina, under the auspices of the Hellenic Society of Cardiology and the Mediterranean League Against Thromboembolic Diseases. This scientific event has an educational character and the programme is structured aiming to serve as a knowledge transfer forum for scientists in the various aspects of the research on Platelets and Thrombosis ranging from the basic science to the clinical practice.
ALPIC 2012 will highlight the rapid development and ongoing evolution in various topics of Platelet research including Platelet biology, Platelet function testing, the Platelet involvement in inflammation, atherosclerosis and artery wall regeneration. The important role of Platelets in the thrombotic complications of plaque rupture as well as in stent thrombosis will be also discussed. ALPIC 2012 will also highlight current knowledge in Antiplatelet and Anticoagulant therapy in patients with cardiovascular disease and will present recent advances in the development of new inhibitors of Platelet activation as well as new Anticoagulants.
An internationally recognized panel of invited speakers will present state-of-the-art lectures on the above scientific fields and will create an excellent opportunity to stimulate an extended and very constructive discussion both inside and outside the meeting room.
The magnificent location and the picturesque landscapes offered by Metsovo, will add to the scientific quality of the presentations, making this event a remarkable one for all participants. The Organizers will spare no efforts to ensure that ALPIC 2012 will be an exciting and enriching experience.
We look forward to welcoming you all in January 2012.
With our best regards,
Goudevenos John Tselepis Alexandros
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