PENN-CHOP Blood Center for Patient Care and Discovery 2016-2017

PENN-CHOP Blood Center for Patient Care and Discovery 2016-2017

PENN-CHOP Blood Center for Patient Care and Discovery 2016-2017

Sessions

Topic Session datesort icon
Chimeric Antigen Receptors-Beyond the Realm of Cancer 1/6/16
Novel mechanisms for biased activation of protease activated receptors. 1/13/16
Hematopoietic cell engineering, disease modeling, and drug discovery using induced pluripotent stem cells 1/20/16
Perioperative Management of Patients on Warfarin or NOACs: Is heparin bridging needed? Perioperative NOAC management? 1/27/16
Discovery of a dedicated delivery system leads to an expanding universe of mammalian iron-sulfur proteins 2/10/16
Management of Pediatric ITP: Evidence versus Experience 2/24/16
The factor VIII life cycle: life in the shadow of a big brother. 3/2/16
Sub-segmental pulmonary embolism: To treat or not to treat. 3/9/16
Inhibitors in mild and moderate hemophilia A: Not so mild after all 3/23/16
Self-renewal of human hematopoietic progenitor cells: From the clinic to the laboratory and back to the clinic 3/30/16
Basic and translational studies of extracellular DNA and histones in sepsis 4/6/16
Sickle Cell Trait: Novel Insights into a Forgotten Carrier State 4/13/16
Reversing oral Anticoagulants in 2016 4/27/16
The Cardiomyopathy of Sickle Cell Disease 5/4/16
Protein disulfide isomerase as an antithromboitc target 5/11/16
Genetic Factors modifying sickle cell disease severity 5/18/16
Engineering in vitro micro-technologies to investigate hematologic processes and disorders 5/25/16
Coagulopathy of cirrhosis and transfusion management 6/1/16
Delivery of thrombomodulin by carrier erythrocytes: addressing translational challenges 6/8/16
Prothrombotic state in sickle cell disease 6/22/16
When Watson and Crick Get Linked: DNA Interstrand Crosslink Repair and Human Disease 9/28/16
Mechanisms Governing Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cell Transitions 10/12/16
The iron-regulatory hormone hepcidin: new biology and clinical application. 10/26/16
Research Updates: Health Outcomes in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease 11/2/16
The role of pleckstrin-2 in the pathogenesis of JAK2 V617F induced MPNs 11/9/16
Gene Therapy for Monogenic Diseases: Current Successes and Future Applicaitons 11/16/16
Progress in Gene Therapy for Hemophilia 12/14/16
Intravenous Iron for Iron Deficiency Anemia: A New Paradigm 1/4/17
Adverse effects of red blood cell transfusions 1/11/17
Life-long hematopoiesis is established by hundreds of precursors throughout mammalian ontogeny 1/18/17
Transfusion of the critically ill at the University of Pennsylvania: Lessons from Kampala 1/25/17
RBC Junctions: Implications for Trafficking and Cell Polarity 2/8/17
Immunoregulatory Networks in Alloimmunization 2/15/17
Therapeutic targeting of Myelodysplastic syndromes 2/22/17
Should cord blood transplantation remain only an alternative 3/1/17
Mitochondria in the Regulation of Blood-Forming Stem and Progenitor Cells; a FOXO3 Perspective 3/8/17
Making blood before a blood stem cell 4/5/17
Novel Vaccines for Pediatric Falciparum Malaria 4/12/17
Ex vivo megakaryopoiesis: a tool for translational research and beyond 4/26/17
Crosstalk between thrombosis, inflammation and innate immunity 5/10/17
Genomics in Pediatric Immune Thrombocytopenia: Challenges and Opportunities 5/17/17
Clinical Research Progress in a Rare Anemia: New Developments in Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency 5/24/17
Responsiveness and Non-Responsiveness to Red Blood Cell Antigens 5/31/17
Imaging Innate Immunity In Vivo 6/7/17
Cancer-Associated Venous Thromboembolism 6/28/17
Oxygen and Erythropoiesis 10/4/17
Current Challenges in the Diagnosis and Management of TTP 10/18/17
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