Attending an ISTH Congress for the first time can be an overwhelming experience, particularly if you are attending alone. While many attendees have been to the Congress multiple times, there is a unique group of attendees who are making their first appearance at this year’s Congress.
Although social media use at conferences has always occurred to some degree, the move to a virtual ISTH 2020 Congress underscored its looming presence in the T&H community.
The emergence of “vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia” (VITT) has caused huge concerns among physicians, researchers, and the public worldwide.
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged our resilience at all levels. Priorities, expectations, and approaches have changed multiple times during the past 18 months. In the midst of this isolation, Kellie R. Machlus, Ph.D., created the global, open-access Blood and Bone Seminar Series, which quickly became a viral sensation among thrombosis and hemostasis researchers.
2021 ISTH Congress Chair Sriram Krishnaswamy gives a sneak peek on what to expect at this year's congress.