In preparation for the 65th Annual Scientific and Standardization Committee Meeting at the ISTH 2019 Congress, we asked the past, present and future SSC Chairmen to pick the most interesting SSC Subcommittee presentations. View the full online program here. See their picks below:

Picks from Nicola Mutch, SSC Chairman

  1. Biorheology: New Optical Modalities to Image Thrombus Formation in Vitro and in Vivo
    Saturday, July 6 at 16:05 in Meeting Room 210/211
    Speaker: Steve Lee, Australia
  2. Animal Models: Cellular Models of Megakaryopoiesis & Platelet Production
    Saturday, July 6 at 15:10 in Meeting Room 212/213
    Speaker: Laura Gutierrez, Spain
  3. FXI & Contact: Do We Need Reversal Agents for Anti-FXI Targeting
    Monday, July 8 at 16:30 in Meeting Room 212/213
    Speaker: Jeffrey Weitz, Canada


Picks from Walter Ageno, Immediate Past SSC Chairman

  1. Hemostasis and Malignancy: New Guidance: Anticoagulation of Cancer Patients with Non-Valvular Atrial Fibrillation Receiving Chemotherapy
    Saturday, July 6 at 14:35 in Melbourne Room 2
    Speaker: Aurelien Delluc, Canada
  2. Lupus Anticoagulant/Antiphospholipid Antibodies: Update of the Guidelines For Lupus Anticoagulant Detection and Interpretation
    Saturday, July 6 at 15:30 in Meeting Room 219/220
    Speaker: Hannah Cohen, United Kingdom
  3. VWF: International Microangiopathic Thrombocytopenia ADAMTS13 Standardisation (IMATAS) Collaborative study
    Sunday, July 7 at 16:35 in Melbourne Room 2
    Speaker: Ross Ian Baker, Australia

Picks from Marc Carrier, SSC Secretary/Chairman-Elect

  1. DIC: Assessment of Fibrinolysis in Sepsis
    Tuesday, July 9 at 18:15 in Melbourne Room 1
    Speaker: Ecaterina Scarlatescu, Romania
  1. Perioperative and Critical Care: Managing Bleeding in the Critical Care Patient
    Saturday, July 6 at 15:20 in Meeting Room 203/204
    Speaker: Beverley Hunt, United Kingdom
  2. Lupus Anticoagulant/Antiphospholipid Antibodies: Unraveling Difficulties in Laboratory Diagnosis of Antiphospholipid Syndrome by Evaluation of ‘Real Life’ Sample Results in External Quality Control Program
    Saturday, July 6 at 15:15 in Meeting Room 219/220
    Speaker: Katrien Devreese, Belgium
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