Clinical Research Training in Hematology

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What is Clinical Research Training in Hematology (CRTH)?

Clinical Research Training in Hematology (CRTH) provides early-career researchers with a unique, 9-month long training and mentoring experience. 

CRTH is a program designed and run by the European Hematology Association (EHA) and is focused on clinical research in Europe, with a global scope. After participating in CRTH, you have improved your skills and knowledge to benefit your work and career in clinical science. 

CRTH program consists of two four-day workshops as well as a session held at the annual EHA Congress. The workshops are a mix of didactics and interactive sessions that further participants' understanding of clinical research methodology and career development. Via small group sessions, participants meet with CRTH mentors, peers, and faculty to refine their individual clinical trial. Informal presentations by leaders in hematology, designed to illustrate the variety of pathways to a successful career in hematology research, take place in the evenings.  

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CRTH sponsors

This program has been made possible through the generous support of unrestricted grants from our sponsors.

Premium sponsor

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Program supporter

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How to apply

Find out how to submit your application, what is required and why.

Target audience

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What to expect

Find out about the faculty, the learning objectives and how the program is built.

Practical information

When and where to the meetings take place? Are there costs for you?

CRTH Hall of Fame

Past recipients of this prestigious award.