Welcome to the YoungEHA toolbox!
As a junior member or EHA, you are part of the YoungEHA family. The space EHA has for juniors is expanding and EHA wishes to provide services and activities to support junior researchers, clinicians and other young professionals involved in hematology in Europe.
Currently, the following opportunities exist for YoungEHA.
- Want to be a part of YoungEHA? Join EHA with a Junior membership.
- 23rd Congress of EHA will have a YoungEHA track, more info about the congress here.
- Attend the YoungEHA track, that kicks off with the YoungEHA Research Meeting, a must for basic and translational researchers.
- Mentoring programs. Learn from the best how to be an excellent researcher, whether you do translational or clinical research.
- Get your research funded:
- If you are a physician scientist, apply before 25 July 2018 for the Physician Scientist Research Grant.
- If you are collaborating with another group/institute in a different country, get your travel and subsistence funded with a Research Mobility Grant or if the institute is in Japan, apply for the EHA-JSH Exchange Fellowship.
- EHA Learning Center containing congress materials, webcasts, podcast interviews, accredited clinical cases, articles and more.
- Master Class: online program that allows hematologists to study real patient cases, in groups, together with colleagues from all over the world.
- Hematology Curriculum: a comprehensive, detailed and itemized description of all topics in the specialty of hematology. The online version is available here.
The YoungEHA community is growing. If you like to play an active role in the YoungEHA community, e.g. in a thinktank, or providing case studies for our online learning center, please contact us at email@example.com.
The YoungEHA community is represented by the YoungEHA committee and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Goal: The YoungEHA Committee is established to represent the voice of young hematologists and junior members within EHA, and to advise the EHA Board and relevant committees about activities related to junior European hematologists and scientists.
- Verena Gaidzik, Germany (Chair)
- Heiko Becker, Germany
- Ann-Kathrin Eisfeld, USA
- Michaela Gruber, Austria
- Fabienne Lucas, USA
- Marek Mraz, Czech Republic
- Christian Scharenberg, Sweden