Towards a cure for all blood disorders

What if we had known earlier? What if we understood the disease mechanisms better? What if we can cure everyone? How do we achieve this?

Let's revolutionize hematology together!

The European Hematology Association promotes excellence in patient care, research, and education in hematology.

We serve medical professionals, researchers, and scientists with an active interest in hematology. We are proud to be the largest European-based organization connecting hematologists worldwide to support career development and research, harmonize hematology education, and advocate for hematologists and hematology. Read more about us and find out how you can benefit.

Abstracts online for the 23rd Congress of EHA

The abstracts are available on the EHA Learning Center! You can also view the abstracts through the EHA mobile app and Online Program.

Dutch scientists propose algorithm to keep drugs affordable and accessible

Today, an important contribution to the debate about the affordability and accessibility of innovative medicines appeared in Nature Reviews, proposing the adoption of a novel model of price setting with examples of implementation.

The CRTH call for applications is now open

Are you a junior researcher involved in clinical trials? Improve your skills through Clinical Research Training in Hematology (CRTH), 2018-2019 edition. Apply before July 4, 2018, 23:59 CEST!

The TRTH call for applications is now open

Are you a postdoc aspiring to have your own lab? Learn how to deal with all aspects of translational research, from study design to managing a lab. Apply for TRTH before June 21, 2018.

YoungEHA Research Meeting

Join other junior researchers on June 14 for the 2nd YoungEHA Research Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden. The meeting focuses on basic and translational research and offers a unique occasion to exchange ideas on genetics of hematological malignancies, hematopoietic stem cells, genome editing and immunotherapy.

Erythroferrone: An Erythroid Regulator of Hepcidin and Iron Metabolism

This review focuses on the discovery of erythroferrone and recent advances in understanding the role of this hormone in the regulation of iron homeostasis during states of increased erythropoietic demand. Gaps in our understanding of the role of erythroferrone are highlighted for future study.

Become an EHA member

With more than 4,500 members from 100 countries worldwide, EHA is the biggest Europe-based organization of hematologists. Would you like to be part of the EHA community?

Meetings calendar


Annual Meeting PETHEMA Group


JACIE Inspector Training Course BCN - MAY 2018


35th International Congress of the ISBT

Latest news


The 3rd EHA-ISHBT Hematology Tutorial on Lymphoproliferative and Plasma Cell Disorders


Dutch scientists propose algorithm to keep drugs affordable and accessible


Integrated Diagnosis Strategies in Oncohematology for the Management of Cytopenias and Leukocytosis