ISEH 42nd Annual Scientific MeetingThe 42ndAnnual Scientific Meeting call for abstracts is now open and will continue until the 12 of April.
22-25 August, 2013
The Imperial Riding School Renaissance Hotel
The ISEH Annual Scientific Meeting is the number one meeting for you to explore the latest research advances in hematology and stem cell biology and transplantation. The meeting is also an ideal venue to present your ideas and quality hard work to other leaders in the field. The selection committee has identified the following areas as key to the 2013 meeting program: Cell and gene therapy, Genetic regulation of hematopoiesis, Hematology development, Leukemia, Regulation of lineage commitment, Stem cell niche, Stem cells, Cellular dynamics/the niche, and model systems. Abstracts selected for the meeting are published in an Experimental Hematology
· Members can submit abstracts free
· Non-members are charged a $50 fee to submit abstracts. If you have not already renewed your dues for 2013, click here to log in and select "Securely Renew My Dues.” Do you want to join ISEH? Contact email@example.com.
In an effort to provide for you a new and improved abstract supplement, ISEH is implementing new abstract requirements:
· Abstract length is maximum 2,300 characters
· No tables or imagesDon't forget to apply for a Travel Grant when submitting your abstract. If you are submitting an abstract and you are a student or Ph.D. post-doctoral fellow,you are eligible to apply for a travel grant. Travel grants will be awarded as a component of the scientific abstract review process and will be considered on the basis of scientific merit. Travel grant requests must be submitted with the abstract submission to be considered.
Registration Now Open, Early Registration is available until June 1, 2013. Take advantage of early discounted registration fee. Book your registration today. ISEH members receive an even greater saving on registration. Not yet a member? Have not renewed your membership yet? Apply for or renew your membership when you register and receive the member 's rate!
Take a look at the roster of invited speakers
, and be sure your calendar is marked for this leading meeting in the exciting field of hematology and stem cell research.
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