Leadership is Calling!
ISEH –International Society of Experimental Hematology is looking for members to serve on the Board of Directors. We urge you to take a few minutes of your time to nominate candidates you feel have the skills and interest to manage and guide the Society on your behalf. Or, if you have a passion and are committed to serving ISEH, you can nominate yourself.
Help ensure that the Nominating Committee presents a balanced slate of candidates for election later in the year.
• Vice President (4 year term)
• 4 Directors (3 year term)
All nominations received by Monday, 19 May (12:00 am CST) will be forwarded to the Nominating Committee to finalize the ballot. All ISEH members who are nominated will be considered for candidacy. Please note that former presidents, honorary, emeritus, and associate members, as well current office holders are not eligible for nomination.
New ISEH Members Only Resource: ISEH Ask the Expert Forum
Ask the Experts forum is a member only benefit - featuring two experts from the field of hematology. This month's forum features David Kent (University of Cambridge) and Brad Dykstra (Harvard Medical School). Both will be available for the next month to answer and discuss questions from ISEH members.
Join the Discussion! Carolina Abramovich, Managing Editor at Experimental Hematology asked:
Single cell analysis - Is it worth the effort? In last Tuesday's ISEH webinar entitled
"Heterogeneity in normal and malignant HSC: peas in a pod or apples and oranges?", both Dr. De Haan and Dr. Dick showed very interesting data from single cell analysis. Could you please elaborate on the benefits of single cell experiments. Are they worth the effort? What extra information do they give?"