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    Chiara Pallini, PhD student

    Birmingham Platelet Group, University of Birmingham
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  • Abdullah Khan, PhD student

    Abdullah Khan, PhD student

    Birmingham Platelet Group, University of Birmingham
  • Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research, University of Reading
  • Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research, University of Reading
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Congratulations to Andreas Wersäll, PhD student of Professor Alastair Poole @BristolPlatelet who passed his PhD viva in May and graduated in July. Andreas also had his PhD paper published. See our website for more info #platelets #proud #research

The @plateletsociety website is now fully functional, so pop along and have a look: There's lots of information available to patients, members of the society and non-members. #Platelets #plateletresearchers #plateletrelateddisaeses

DID YOU KNOW? Manuscripts that have been refereed by journals with an IF of 3+ can be submitted to Platelets without reformatting if accompanied by referee comments and a response to the comments. The Editors will make a decision on the manuscript within 10 DAYS!!! 🎉🙌🏼

A full report on the recent Early Careers Researchers meeting held in Manchester in July is now available Here are photos from the day https://t.co/5yskiyDTJu

Watch for details of future meetings & members of the @plateletsociety receive discounts.

Huge congratulations from everyone in the @plateletsociety to Ingeborg Hers in the School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience at the Uni of Bristol, who has been promoted to a Chair; she is now Professor Ingeborg Hers of Pharmacology and Cell Signalling! @BristolPlatelet

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