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2019 Summer Webinar: Changing concepts in lineage commitment

Our ideas of how the hematopoietic system is sustained are changing, and with it our view of the hematopoietic lineage tree. The recent application of powerful new technologies has uncovered novel mechanisms regulating hematopoietic differentiation and identified new routes in lineage commitment. In this webinar, we will hear from two experts using new approaches to study lineage commitment and expose important mechanisms in hematopoiesis. We will hear from Dr. Marjorie Brand from the Sprott Center for Stem Cell Research at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and Dr. Allon Klein from the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School (with moderation from Dr. Stephen Loughran from the University Cambridge). We hope you can join us!


Live Webinar Date and Time: 25 July, 2019 at 10:00 am US CT - check your local timezone here.

Presented by

Marjorie Brand, PhD, Sprott Center for Stem Cell Research, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute -

Allon Klein,

Allon Klein, PhD, Department of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School


Moderated by

Stephen Loughran, PhD, University of Cambridge


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Adult hematological malignancies such as acute myeloid leukemia are thought to arise through the gradual acquisition of oncogenic mutations within long-lived hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs). Genomic analysis of peripheral blood DNA has recently identified leukemia-associated genetic mutations within otherwise healthy individuals, an observation that is strongly associated with age. These genetic mutations are often found at high frequency within the peripheral blood, suggesting clonal dominance of the mutant (pre-leukemic) HSC. This clinical observation has been termed Clonal Hematopoiesis of Indeterminant Potential or CHIP, a state that increases both the risk of hematological malignancy as well as cardiovascular disease. In this ISEH New Investigator Committee Webinar, two leading figures in the discovery of Clonal Hematopoiesis and pre-leukemic HSCs, Drs. Sidd Jaiswal (Stanford University) and Liran Shlush (Weizmann Institute of Science), will share their seminal contributions to this new paradigm in hematology. This Webinar will be essential viewing for basic researchers and clinical hematologists alike.

Presented by

Liran Shlush, Weizmann Institute

Sidd Jaiswal, Stanford University

Moderated by

Isabel Beerman, National Institute of Health


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