Molecular typing of human neutrophil antigens workshop
November 15, 2019
Molecular characterization of neutrophil antigens by genotyping techniques has expanded our diagnostic tools. Moreover, the typing of human neutrophil antigens is important to identify the allele frequencies and to facilitate the prevention and management strategies of allo and auto immune neutropenia. This workshop aims to educate the participant in the field of granulocyte immunology, serology and HNA genotyping.
Location: Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus.
To register for this workshop, please complete the registration form and send it to Behnaz Bayat.
For more information, read the programme.
Workshop on GMP/GP standards and their implication for the safety of blood and blood components
November 18, 13:30-15:00
The workshop is organised by the ISBT Working Party on Quality Management. The seminar will comprise lectures and group work in a face‐to‐face fashion based on cases covering several aspects of GP and GMP such as: GP Guidelines, Inspection/Audit, Validation, Change Control, Corrective actions, Risk Assessment.
To register for this workshop, please contact Christian Seidl.
For more information, read the programme here.
Career development in transfusion medicine for young professionals
November 17, 14:00-15:30
The workshop will be hosted by Veera Sekaran Nadarajan. Veera currently holds the positions of Associate Professor at the Department of Pathology, University of Malaya as well as the Head of the Department of Transfusion Medicine at the University Malaya Medical Centre. He has more than 20 years of experience, with diverse research interests that include blood group serology, blood donor care and molecular hematology. Click here to access the programme of the workshop.
The registration for this workshop is closed.
Writing successful transfusion research grant applications
November 19, 10:30-12:00
The workshop will be hosted by Erica Wood.
How do you write a good research grant proposal? A successful grant proposal is more than an excellent scientific research idea. The idea needs to be written in a clear and compelling manner with realistic objectives, state-of-the-art methodology and a well-structured work plan and budget. Moreover, the proposal neds to be tailored to each funding organization.
Please find the programme for this workshop here.
A registration is not required for this workshop.