The ISTH 2021 Congress Program will feature:
4 plenaries (see below): One on each day, July 17-20.
28 total State-of-the-Arts sessions, with 7 concurrent SOA sessions on July 18-21
80 total oral communications sessions on July 18-21, each featuring four presentations on the latest abstracts.
24 Scientific and Standardization Committee (SSC) subcommittee sessions on Saturday, July 17.
30 master classes and 12 career development sessions for both in-person and virtual audiences, July 18-21.
3 Nurses Forum sessions on Saturday, July 17.
Daily highlights sessions featuring the best thematic content, July 18-21.
Poster sessions for both in-person and virtual audience, July 18-20.
Morning and lunch supported symposia and product theater presentations from industry leaders from July 18-21.
Engaging industry exhibition for both in-person and virtual audiences.
The ISTH 2021 Congress will feature four plenary sessions with these world-renowned speakers:
Katherine A. High
Rodger P. McEver, M.D.
& Kenneth I. Ataga, M.D.
James H. Morrissey
Shannon M. Bates M.D.C.M., M.Sc.
Gene Therapy in Hemophilia: Will There be a New Era in Hemophilia Treatment?
High is Professor Emerita at the Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania
From Bench to Bedside:
P-Selectin Blockade in Sickle Cell Disease
McEver is Vice President of Research at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation and Ataga is Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics; Director UTHSC Center for Sickle Cell Disease at University of Tennessee Health Science Center at Memphis
Novel Regulators of Coagulation
Morrissey is Professor of Biological Chemistry and Internal Medicine at University of Michigan Medical School as well as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH)
Hormones and Thrombosis
Bates is an Associate Professor of Pathology and Molecular Medicine at McMaster University