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The European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) is an EU-funded, intergovernmental framework that aims to create pan-European research networks in all science fields and promote excellence, foster interdisciplinary research and empower young researchers and innovators.

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Open Access: the ‘Plan S’

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Research and academic groundwork funded with public means should be free and open to everyone. That is the principle behind Open Access that was formulated in 2003 in the Berlin Declaration. More than a decade has passed since and for years no significant action was taken. Scientific research, paid for by the taxpayer, is still mostly locked behind paywalls.

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EHA Issues Recommendations on Mild to Moderate Bleeding Disorders

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HemaSphere presents first in a series of Consensus Reports on Diagnosis of Inherited Bleeding Problems For hematologists, it can be challenging to make the correct diagnosis in patients with bleeding problems…

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Meet Irene Roberts, our September volunteer of the month

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Professor Irene Roberts started volunteering for EHA in 2003 and shortly afterwards was elected as a member of the EHA Board and then the Executive Board. She held many positions on various committees and currently Professor Roberts is a member of the EHA Global Outreach Program Committee. Meet Professor Roberts and learn about what she does and why she has been volunteering for EHA for all these years.
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Meeting report | HOPE ASIA 2019 Kolkata

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The first edition of the Highlights of Past EHA (HOPE) in Asia was held in Kolkata, India and was a great success. The meeting was organized in collaboration with the Indian Society of Haematology and Blood Transfusion (ISHBT) and hosted by the Eastern Haematology Group (EHG), attended by over 600 participants from India, Nepal, Bangledesh, Pakistan, the Philippines, Malaysia and Myanmar.

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Meet Robert Hills, our August volunteer of the month

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Professor Robert Hills started volunteering for EHA when he participated in the Clinical Research Training in Hematology (CRTH) program in 2016. This year, Professor Hills started as an Associated Editor for HemaSphere. Meet Professor Hills and learn about what he does and why he's volunteering for EHA.

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Anna Vardi Physician Scientist Research Grant winner 2018

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Large-scale detection and characterization of T Cells with anti-tumor specificity in chronic lymphocytic leukemia: Can it pave the way for cellular treatments or vaccination strategies?

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Meet our first Physician Scientist Research Grant winner

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In 2018, the Physician Scientist Research Grant was awarded for the first time. During the 24th EHA Congress, Delfim Duarte from Porto, Portugal received the award. In a recent interview, Dr Duarte explains how he experienced the application procedure and describes the impact of winning this award.

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Meet Shaun McCann, our July volunteer of the month

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Professor Shaun McCann started volunteering for EHA since the start of the association and is still actively contributing. This year, Professor Shaun McCann was awarded the EHA Education and Mentoring Award. Meet Professor McCann and learn about what he's doing and why he's volunteering for EHA all these years!

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Addressing the bureaucracy challenge

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EHA has recently brought key stakeholders around the table to discuss bureaucratic obstacles in clinical research. Regulators, patient organizations, the European Commission and industry representatives were invited for a day-long discussion at EHA offices, building on an informal dialogue with the European Medicines Agency (EMA) that had been initiated by a group of prominent clinical researchers.

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FUNDING ALERT: Calls published on ATMPs, T cells and cancer research

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In recent weeks, two Calls for proposals were published that offer relevant funding opportunities for hematologists: IMI2 – 18th Call for proposals, a jointly funded partnership between the European Union, and Horizon 2020 – Call for cancer research proposals, call for research proposals in the category ‘Societal Challenge 1 (SC1): Health, demographic change and wellbeing’. . 

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Current status of the Clinical Trials Regulation

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In 2014 the European Parliament approved the Clinical Trials Regulation (CTR) that is supposed to replace the Clinical Trials Directive (CTD) from 2001. Five years later, the regulation has not yet become applicable. What is the aim of the ‘new’ regulation, what issues does it address, and why was its application delayed?

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EU Elections and Health Policy

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2019 will see significant changes within the European institutions. The first already took place in late May, as 50% of EU citizens – the highest turnout since 1994 – went to the ballot box to elect their Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). The result: Confirmation that nationalism and Euroscepticism are on the rise, and a set-back of center political parties.

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EHA congratulates the Spanish Society of Hematology on its 60th anniversary

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EHA President, John Gribben and member of the SEHH, María Victoria Mateos On Thursday, June 20 the Spanish Society of Hematology (SEHH) officially celebrated its 60th anniversary with a commemorative event…

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EHA24, another successful congress

More than 12,000 hematology professionals from around the world met together in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for the 24th European Hematology Association (EHA) Congress.

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