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ISEH announces board of directors election results for 2013

Posted By ISEH Headquarters, Monday, September 9, 2013
Updated: Monday, August 26, 2013

ISEH closed its 2013 board of director’s election 13 August. Nearly 115 members (or 19 percent of the membership) voted. The results were extremely close, which speaks to the high quality of candidates on the ballot.

Your newly elected Board Members include:

Vice President: David Traver







Directors: America: Trista North








Directors: Europe: Conny Bonifer







Directors: Pacific Rim: Koichi Akashi







The new leadership members will start serving their terms on 25 August, the final day of the ISEH 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting.

ISEH thanks its outgoing board members:

• Past President: Gerald de Haan

• Louise Purton

• Emmanuelle Passegué

They each committed their time and expertise to guiding and directing ISEH towards future success over the last three or more years.

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Inaugural Webinar Recap

Posted By Connections Editor, Sunday, June 30, 2013
Updated: Friday, June 28, 2013

June 4th 2013-"Combinatorial Transcriptional Control of Blood Stem and Progenitor Cells"

Dr. Bertie
Göttgens from the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research presented his group's research efforts into constructing hematopoietic transcriptional networks from single cell data. The webinar highlighted the application of the Fluidigm BioMark platform, a basically a high throughput qPCR system that allows the assay of multiple genes in multiple cells in parallel, and principal component analysis (PAC), to study such networks. Dr. Göttgens exemplified how this approach combined with ChIP-Seq, transgenic mice and repressor assays, demonstrated a negative correlation between Gata2 and Gfi1 which was present only in stem cells. The last part of the webinar was dedicated to a live demonstration of the use of gene set control analysis for the identification of transcription networks using the HAEMCODE, a comprehensive collection of ChIP-Sep experiments on the hematopoietic development.

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Membership benefits on the rise

Posted By Connections Editor, Sunday, June 30, 2013
Updated: Friday, June 28, 2013

Your membership benefits are growing; don’t keep your membership a secret!

As a member, you already know you receive discounted Annual Meeting registration, and that you receive online access to Experimental Hematology (not to mention fee-free submission for publication). But, did you know that the same organization that can help connect you with over 500 leaders in your industry is now offering FREE WEBINARS for members? The value of you ISEH membership will only continue to grow in the months to come.

Share the joys of ISEH with a friend! Urge your friends and colleagues to renew online or join by credit card today by visiting the ISEH website. Renewing members can log on to their ISEH account with their username and password and select "Securely Renew Your Membership.” Anyone needing help logging in should contact ISEH Headquarters for assistance.

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ISEH's Top 5 Reasons to Join

Posted By Connections Editor, Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Updated: Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The top 5 reasons to be an ISEH member....

5 – Reduced registration rates to the ISEH flagship Annual Scientific Meeting in Vienna, Austria. Register online now!

4 – Publish in Experimental Hematology, the Official Society Journal. No page or submission fees for publication and Active members also have free full access to the journal online!

3 – Connections newsletter in a revamped format with industry-specific news and member –driven content.

2 – The 2013 webinar series – beginning 4 June 2013. Three online education sessions free to ISEH members. Register online now!

1 – A partnership with over 500 other ISEH members who represent current and aspiring leaders in the field

It’s not too late to become an ISEH member! Renew online or join by credit card today! 

To renew your membership: log into your ISEH account with your username and password and select "Securely Renew Your Membership.” Need help with your login or password credentials? Contact ISEH for assistance.

To join ISEH: click here to become a member online or complete our paper membership form to fax or email.

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ISEH Online Education Starts 4 June

Posted By Connections Editor, Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Updated: Monday, April 22, 2013

Mark your calendars and register now for the first in a series of three webinars developed by ISEH.

Combinatorial Transcriptional Control of Blood Stem and Progenitor Cells
Presented by: Berthold Göttgens, PhD
Professor of Molecular Haematology at the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research.

Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Time: 0900-1000 Central Time (convert to your local time)

The webinar is free to ISEH members and $25.00 for non-members.

Visit the ISEH website to learn more or register now for the webinar.

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Renew your membership or join ISEH in 2013!

Posted By Connections Editor, Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Updated: Tuesday, February 26, 2013

ISEH is distinguished for its progressive approach to research and dissemination of knowledge. Needless to say, the cornerstone of ISEH is its members: an inclusive, international forum of over 650 clinicians and researchers from 40 countries. ISEH members are committed to creating opportunities for rewarding interactions between leaders in the field, young scientists and industry.

Now is the time to join or renew your membership for 2013 and Connect, Explore and Advance your profession. Take advantage of enhanced year-round benefits, including:

  • Online education: this year, ISEH will bring cutting-edge scientific education directly to you with three unique webinars.
  • Experimental Hematology, the official Society Journal, has a new look!
    • No page fee for articles published
    • No manuscript submission fee
    • Fast turnaround time for decisions (about 25 days for first decision)
    • Expedited online publication (5 days from Acceptance)
    • Table of contents emailed directly to you when each issue is released
  • ISEH Connections in Hematology, your ISEH e-newsletter, is the exclusive source for Society, member and industry news.
    • New in 2013: The e-newsletter will include detailed meeting reports, expanded industry news highlights, and career information
  • Reduced registration fees at the ISEH Annual Scientific Meeting (Vienna 2013) and no abstract submission fee for oral and poster presentations
  • Eligibility for ISEH awards and travel grants
  • Expanded and updated Career Site, your online resource to the next career opportunity
  • Access to ISEH's interactive website

Renew online or join by credit card today by logging on to your ISEH account with your username and password and select "Securely Renew Your Membership.” Need help with your login or password credentials? Contact ISEH for assistance.

To download a print version of the form for payment by check, click here.

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Editor's Note: Introducing Connections

Posted By Carolina Abramovich, PhD, Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Updated: Friday, March 1, 2013

It is my great privilege to take on the role of Coordinator and Editor of Connections in Hematology & Stem Cells. Allow me to introduce myself: I received my PhD from the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, for my work on Interferon Receptors. In 1996, I moved to Vancouver, Canada, where I worked for almost 10 years in the laboratory of Dr. Keith Humphries, researching the involvement of Hox genes in normal and leukemic hematopoiesis. In 2005, I was appointed Director of Biology of Chemokine Therapeutics Inc., where I led a team of scientists that discovered and brought to early development novel chemokine analogs for the treatment of cancer and cardiovascular disease. My working relationship with ISEH started two years ago when I became the Managing Editor of Experimental Hematology, a role that shifted this year to Scientific Editor.

As far as my new duties as Coordinator and Editor of Connections, I'm excited to work with all of you to produce a newsletter that will continue to bring you the latest updates on the Society and Annual Scientific Meeting. I am pleased to introduce a few new sections; including an expanded section for industry news highlights and career information. I am also proud to introduce our Members' Corner: a community-driven feature providing news and updates on our members' career achievements, including new jobs, promotions, prestigious grants, awards, and publications in high impact journals.

I hope that you all enjoy the newsletter, and I welcome all your content contributions. If you have any material or suggestions for the content of future newsletters please contact me at exphem@iseh.org.

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