The Platelet Society Early Career Researcher Meeting (Virtual)

The Platelet Society Virtual Early Career Researcher Meeting Thursday 3rd September 13:00 to 16:00 BST Calling all early career researchers interested in platelets, bleeding disorders and novel ways to studying platelet function. The Platelet Society is hosting its first Virtual Symposium on the 3rd September. Registration is free and all ECRs are welcome to attend. We haveContinue reading “The Platelet Society Early Career Researcher Meeting (Virtual)”

Racism in Science: Where do we go from here?

By: Abdullah Khan, PhD I think many of us are learning, whether for the first or the umpteenth time, just how difficult it is to have any sort of calm and productive dialogue about race and colour. For a lot of us, myself included, these are uncomfortable conversations to have. Even as a first generation Asian immigrant withContinue reading “Racism in Science: Where do we go from here?”

#BloodandBone Social Hours- Spilling the Tea

From the outset, we have been amazed by the response to #BloodandBone and the number of people that have been tuning in for talks each day. The downside to this was that we had to opt for a webinar format, which meant that whilst the community was growing (713 members at last count), we wereContinue reading “#BloodandBone Social Hours- Spilling the Tea”

The Quarantine Chronicles – Published in the journal RPTH

In the midst of the chaos of the global pandemic, the online daily webinar series Blood and Bone was created. The series started with a blank schedule on a google doc and, with enthusiasm and participation from the hematopoiesis and hemostasis/thrombosis communities, was quickly filled through September 2020. In the absence of any editing ofContinue reading “The Quarantine Chronicles – Published in the journal RPTH”