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2011 ASH Annual Meeting to highlight latest hematology research, clinical care breakthroughs
Date:12/1/2011

dential Symposium on Tuesday, December 13, will focus on recent advances in understanding bone marrow failure syndromes, featuring Monica Bessler, MD, PhD, Benjamin Ebert, MD, DPhil, and Alan D'Andrea, MD.

The Society will honor several hematologists with individual awards for their achievements during the 2011 meeting. On Sunday, December 11, ASH will honor David Nathan, MD, with the Society's highest award, the Wallace H. Coulter Award for Lifetime Achievement in Hematology, for his important discoveries in thalassemia and other blood disorders, his tireless promotion of translational research, and his dedication to training several generations of leaders in the field. ASH will also recognize Nancy C. Andrews, MD, PhD, and Malcolm K. Brenner, MD, PhD, with Mentor Awards on Sunday for their sustained commitment to the training and career development of junior hematologists. On Tuesday, December 13, ASH will present Christoph Klein, MD, PhD, with the Dameshek Prize for his outstanding accomplishments, which have had a large impact on the understanding of human blood and the immune system. Also on Tuesday, Ching-Hon Pui, MD, will receive the Henry M. Stratton Medal for his many significant contributions to childhood leukemia research.


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Contact: Lindsey Love
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202-552-4925
American Society of Hematology
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