We are delighted that some of the team are able to attend the 64th ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition, in New Orleans Louisiana, USA from the 10th to the 13th December 2022.
The FLF team will be attending sessions, building relationships, and most importantly sharing our latest updates about the CURE FL Awards research grant programme and the Precision Medicine Programme (PMP). We will be participating in the sessions and engaging with the very best academics, researchers, clinicians, and scientists – building relationships and fostering potential collaborations in the future, to help us achieve our mission.
If you want to meet us and catch-up at ASH we are at booth 2729 alternatively contact the us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is ASH?
The American Society for Haematology (ASH) is the largest professional society serving both clinicians and scientists around the world, who are working to conquer blood diseases. There are over 18,000 members of ASH, from nearly 100 countries worldwide. Their mission is to foster high-quality transformative research and innovative education to improve the lives of patients with blood and bone marrow disorders.
Why is the conference so important?
The ASH annual meeting is the world’s most comprehensive haematology event of the year and provides an invaluable educational experience and an opportunity to review the latest developments and topics in haematology – including lymphoma. It is our opportunity to share our mission and the progress we are making across all our programmes with leading researchers, clinicians and other experts. The ASH conference brings over 30,000 attendees to its host city each year.
‘Attending the ASH event is such a wonderful opportunity to be in and around the leaders in the haematology field. This offers us the opportunity to the see the latest insights, most recent developments in both clinical research and technology.’
Dr Zoe Drymoussi (Research Manager at the FLF)