IMPORTANT NOTE - PLEASE READ BELOW!
Due to Corona Virus travel restrictions and infection risk, The Chronic Malignancies Working Party has decided to convert this meeting to be held Virtually. Registration fee is waived and it is now free of charge.
The Chronic Malignancies Working Party (CMWP) is happy to announce the Autumn Scientific and Educational meeting which will be held in Virtually between the dates of 24-25 September 2021. On the first day, the scientific meeting is for EBMT members and provides a forum for discussions regarding ongoing and future registry studies (only members).
This will be followed on Saturday, 25th of September, by a comprehensive educational event open to all. Novel therapeutic agents across the field of stem cell transplantation and cellular therapies will be discussed, covering topics such as Plasma Cell Disorders, Myelofibrosis and Myelodysplastic Syndrome.
We welcome all healthcare professionals to this exciting meeting and would particularly like to invite colleagues from EBMT centres with new study proposals who would be interested in joining the CMWP. We are looking forward to meeting you!
Francesco Onida, Organizer
Patrick Hyden, CMWP Secretary
Ibrahim Yakoub-Agha, CMWP Chair
IMPORTANT: READ BEFORE REGISTER!
The CMWP Educational Meeting will be held between the dates of 24-25 September 2021 VIRTUALLY.
24 September 2021: Scientific Business Meeting, only open to the WP Members. If you are a CMWP Member, please do not register here and contact directly with the Working Party Chair Ibrahim Yakoub-Agha or Secretary Patrick Hayden.
25 September 2021: Educational Meeting is open to all! If you are not a CMWP Member please continue with the registration free of charge.
To register, please click on the “Register” button above.
The registration will close on the 23 September 2021.
If you have any questions, please contact: email@example.com
If you are not part of EBMT yet, please consider becoming a member. For more information visit this page: https://www.ebmt.org/become-member
Please click the document above to download the preliminary Scientific Programme.