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 About the Journal

Experimental Hematology publishes new findings, methodologies, reviews and perspectives in all areas of hematology and immune cell formation on a monthly basis that may include Special Issues on particular topics of current interest. The overall goal is to report new insights into how normal blood cells are produced, how their production is normally regulated, mechanisms that contribute to hematological diseases and new approaches to their treatment. Specific topics may include relevant developmental and aging processes, stem cell biology, analyses of intrinsic and extrinsic regulatory mechanisms, in vitro behavior of primary cells, clonal tracking, molecular and omics analyses, metabolism, epigenetics, bioengineering approaches, studies in model organisms, novel clinical observations, transplantation biology and new therapeutic avenues.


Experimental Hematology publishes 2 types of articles: (1) Reviews and Perspectives (4,000 words), and (2) original findings sub-classified either as Brief Communications of significant singular results (1,500 words), and longer Research Articles presenting the results of more developed studies (4,000 words).

 

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Connections Newsletter is the Society's bi-monthly newsletter featuring news from the hematology field, important society updates, special content for New Investigators, and more. 

 

About Hematology 101

It’s pretty much what it says on the tin. World-leading experts have been recruited from within the ISEH membership to help articulate the major themes in hematology and to review the most important tools used to define stem cells and their progeny. The goal is to provide a permanent and dynamic resource – providing a foundation on which future researchers can build. All slides and videos are available by clicking on the "select" button at the bottom of this page and I have summarized the first set of course modules below. We hope to expand this course over the coming years, and will draw on the support and enthusiasm of ISEH members to make it happen.

 

All modules are free and open to view, please get in touch if you have any questions. 

 

 

About Simply Blood

ISEH continues to provide ISEH members and the hematology community tools to help build and enrich the field. Simply Blood, written by regular contributors from the ISEH Publications Committee along with guest contributors from the field, offers another opportunity for engagement. 
 
Visit SimplyBlood.org to read the latest posts, and look forward to new articles posted throughout the year. 
 
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