Make your plans now to attend the annual forum for the exchange and discussion of original, unpublished and significant research advances in the areas of hematology and stem cell biology. This exclusive scientific meeting will feature leaders in the field as well as promising young scientists.
Unique with its intimate format, the ISEH 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting will include more than 30 educational sessions, featuring lectures by our distinguished panel. The New Investigators track provides those entering the field the opportunity to meet and connect with highly regarded ISEH scientists.
Abstract Submission Information
- ES/IPS Cells
- Developmental Biology (Mammalian)
- Developmental Biology (other animal models)
- HSC Biology
- Novel tools/approaches in Hematology
- Transcriptional/Translational Control of hematopoiesis
- Transplantation/Gene Therapy/Regenerative Medicine
If you are an Active or Associate member of ISEH please click here to submit your abstract. Otherwise please follow the "submit abstract" link below.
The Annual Scientific Meeting is the once-a-year event for leaders in hematology and stem cells to gather and share their latest research. Those awarded the first two special honors noted below present a special lecture in Vancouver.
Donald Metcalf Award
This award was established in 1999 in honor of Professor Donald Metcalf, "the father of hematopoietic cytokines.” In recognition of Dr. Metcalf's pioneering work on the control of blood cell formation, this award recognizes distinguished scientists in the field. The 2013 award recipient isLeonard Zon, Boston Children's Hospital/Howard Hughes Medical Institute. To view the requirements for this award please click here.
McCulloch and Till Award
Established in 2004 in honor of Professor Ernest McCulloch and Professor James Till, this awardrecognizes junior scientists in the field of hematology and stem cells. The 2013 award recipient is Hanna Mikkola, University of California Los Angeles. To view the requirements for this award, please click here.
New Investigator Awards
Established in 1999, the New Investigator Awards support the work of ISEH junior investigators and acknowledge the need for the continual stimulation of new ideas and exciting avenues of investigation within the experimental hematology field. These awards are given on the basis of Annual Scientific Meeting presentations. New Investigator Awards are awarded based upon sponsorship fulfillment.
Travel grants are awarded as a component of scientific abstract review and are considered on the basis of scientific merit. Payment of the travel grants will be processed after the meeting, contingent on the grantee having attended the entire Scientific Meeting and presented during an Oral presentation or a Poster session.
To be able to apply for a travel grant, you must:
- Submit an abstract
- Currently be either a STUDENT or POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW
- Be a current Associate member of ISEH
- Complete the ISEH 2013 Application for Travel Funds, and submit it with your abstract submission (available only to member submitters)