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TRAINING COURSE ON
RED BLOOD CELLS:
GENESIS AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY"
Chantilly (Paris), France
23-26 April, 2014
Chairs: C. Beaumont, W. El Nemer"


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There are two major learning objectives to this course, one related to diagnosis and treatment
of red cell disorders, the other to developing high quality research projects on red cells.
The following topics will be addressed during the training course:
- Intrinsic and extrinsic mechanisms that control red blood cell differentiation
- Metabolism of the mature red blood cell and control of cell shape
- Genetic diseases affecting red cell functions
- Acquired abnormalities of the red cell
At the end of the course, the attendees should be able to diagnose and treat red cell disorders,
to identify pathological conditions where abnormal red cell functions contribute to the
pathophysiology of the disease and to build new scientific research programs dealing with red
cell functions or disorders.
LECTURES BY EXPERTS IN THE FIELD, POSTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS
LABORATORY OF"
EXCELLENCE GR-EX"
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: FEBRUARY 17TH, 2014

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ERCS meeting 10-13 Oct. 2013

TOPICS

Red cell physiology / Erythropoiesis / Red cells and malaria / Membrane structure and function /

Red cell disorders and anemia / Immune hematology / Red cells and iron / Transfusion /

Microvesicles / Erythrocytosis

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Jen-Tsan Chi (USA)
 

CONFIRMED INVITED SPEAKERS

Momin Ahmed (UK) / Ingolf Bernhardt (GER) / Anna Bogdanova (CH) / Giel Bosman (NL)

Holger Cario (GER) / Stephane Egée (FR) / Marieke von Lindern (NL)

Max Hardeman (NL) / Raymond Schiffelers (NL) / Ashley Toye (GB) / Alyson MacInnes  (NL)
 

 

There are a few new things at the „European Red Cell Society“, such as the name itself (ERCS is much more convenient than EARCR (for instance with regard to its pronunciation), the website (thanks to Robin van Bruggen and colleagues), and the logo (thanks to Giampaolo Minetti and colleagues). 

These, together with some changes in the conference modality, were decided by the steering committee after thought-out discussions. The intention is to adapt the ERCS in order to to survive, evolve our community and adjust it to competitive science. We explicitly don‘t want to break with tradition but rather want to improve dissemination so that ERCS will become an attractive home for all flavors of red cell research, including emerging and so far non-attracted branches.

 

 
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