COVID-19 & Researchers

COVID-19 & Researchers

European Hematology Association

European Hematology Association
Koninginnegracht 12b, 2514 AA - The Hague, The Netherlands

Coronavirus

01 Hour

English

Online

Course Overview

EHA is hosting a series of webinars focused on the care of hematology patients during the COVID-19 crisis. Each week, we will be collaborating with renowned hematology professionals, who will be sharing their experiences from various perspectives and addressing key questions.


Agenda

Webinar Series: Session 05 (COVID-19 & Researchers)

This special edition webinar focuses on the impact of the pandemic on hematology research and researchers. How are different researchers dealing with the challenges of not having access to facilities, juggling work and childcare, remotely leading a group and restarting experiments? 

This session features YoungEHA committee members who discuss the topic in depth with fellow researchers, in a session meant to inspire and give hope, during these unprecedented times. 

Moderated by:
•Dr Alba Maiques-Diaz PhD (YoungEHA committee member)
Postdoctoral Scientist, Biomedical Epigenomics Group, Centre Esther Koplovitz – IDIBAPS, Barcelona, Spain

Featuring a special panel of interviewees:
•Dr Anna Kabanova PhD (YoungEHA committee member)
Group Leader, Toscana Life Sciences Foundation, Siena, Italy
•Dr Renee Beekman PhD
Group leader at the Center for genomic regulation (cRG) in Barcelona, Spain
•Dr David G Kent PhD
Group Leader, Department of Biology, University of York, York, UK
•Dr Maria Ester Bernardo MD PhD (Member of the EHA Board)
Responsible for the Pediatric Transplant Unit, San Raffaele Scientific Institute and Clinical Coordinator, Pediatric Clinical Research Unit, San Raffaele Telethon-Institute for Gene Therapy (SR-TIGET), Milan, Italy

The content discussed during this webinar is based on the personal experiences & opinions of the speakers. No general, evidence-based guidance can be derived from this discussion. 



Coming session Starts May 07, 2020
Ends May 06, 2021