Theme: Research strategies, advanced technologies and upcoming challenges in Hematology
- Blood- Components and Functions
- Hematologic Malignancies
- Hemato-immunology & Stem Cell Research
- Blood Transplantation, Thrombosis and Hemostasis
- Blood Disorders and Blood Oncology
- Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Blood Disorders
- New Drug Development in Haematology
- Transfusion Medicine and Haematology Research
- Various Aspects of Haematology
- Effect of Advanced Technologies on Blood Based Products
- Lymph and Associated Diseases
- Tropical Blood Disorders
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Knox Van Dyke, West Virginia University, USA
I attended the OMICS International Hematology Conference 2014 in Baltimore and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The speakers in our session on “New Drug Development in Hematology” gave excellent and thought provoking talks that were most helpful in my research endeavors. I was able to meet a variety of new people who had interests that aligned with my own and we had excellent discussions that provoked new ideas for research that should be a benefit for mankind. In addition, I was able to re-establish old friendships with former students and colleagues. The friendly, casual atmosphere of the meeting allowed ample time for exchange of new ideas as well as a re- assessment of what I thought was established concepts. All in all I had a very enjoyable experience and I am looking forward to OMICS Hematology Meeting in Atlanta-2015.
Gabriela Gheorghe, Children`s Hospital of Wisconsin, USA
I personally enjoyed the meeting. I was glad to see some of the people who attended last year coming again this year. And enjoyed meeting new people. I felt that the diagnostic part was really well represented and we got a nice balance between basic researchers and more clinically oriented scientists.
Ljudmila Stojanovich, Belgrade University, Serbia
It was a great pleasure to participate at the “2nd International Conference on Hematology & Blood Disorders during September 29-October 01, 2014 at Baltimore, US”. This was a great success from both professional and pleasant aspects; the atmosphere was perfect with huge impact on future discoveries.