EHA Research Conference 2024

Dates: March 18-21, 2024
Location: TBC
Chairs: Anna Kabanova, Martina Muckenthaler, Andreas Trumpp, Simon Haas, Jean-Emmanuel Sarry, Achille Iolascon, Britta Will and Brian Huntly

EHA is proud to announce the second edition of the EHA Research Conference, titled "Molecular vulnerabilities and metabolism in hematological disorders". This flagship meeting is positioned to become the premier scientific meeting of EHA. Its small, intimate and research topic-focused nature will greatly complement the much larger, wide-ranging and more clinically/translationally oriented EHA Annual Congress that takes place in June. 

The meeting will be organized over 3,5 days, with significant time set aside for discussion, breakouts, networking and social activities. The  aim of the 2024 meeting is to present, synthesize and discuss molecular vulnerabilities in normal and malignant hematopoiesis, as well as the role of metabolism in hematologic disorders.

Target audience

Basic/translational researchers in hematology with an interest in hematopoiesis.


The meeting program will be announced soon.


Registration will open soon.

*Please note this is NOT the registration page for the Annual Congress.

Abstract submission

Abstract submission is an important part of this meeting and a selection of accepted abstracts will be presented as an integral part of the program. 

Accepted abstracts also have the opportunity to present a poster, for which active poster walks will be organized.

Abstract submission will open in June.

Key dates



There are various opportunities to support this meeting. For more information please send an email to

EBAH CME Accreditation

EBAH accredited stamp DEF2


Continuing Medical Education (CME) is widely accepted to encourage individual practitioners to maintain and develop professional knowledge and skills keeping up-to-date with latest developments within the field. The meeting will be accredited by the EBAH system. Participants of this meeting are eligible to receive one Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit point for every hour of accredited activity from the EBAH system.