• Chiara Pallini, PhD student

    Chiara Pallini, PhD student

    Birmingham Platelet Group, University of Birmingham
  • 2018-07-13-ECR-Early-Careers-Meeting-Platelet-Society
  • 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
  • 2018 01 31 Platelet Research Steve Thomas

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#Platelet enthusiasts! ...abstract submission is now open for the 2nd Platelet Society meeting!

Due to #Covid the meeting will be held online and hosted by @alan_gs_harper @KeeleUniversity

For more details and the abstract submission link visit: https://t.co/8NLmTMB9bO

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Yay, it's December! We have some exciting news...abstract submission is now open for the 2nd Platelet Society meeting!

Due to ongoing Covid restrictions, the meeting will be held online and hosted by Dr Alan Harper at Keele University. The meeting will include an Early Career Researcher day and two days of talks and discussions. As it is online, it is hoped that the meeting can be attended by a wide range of platelet and megakaryocyte scientist including colleagues from overseas.

More details about the meeting can be found at plateletsociety.co.uk/keele-2021/ including the link for abstract submission.

We look forward to your submissions, and seeing you virtually in March!
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Yay, its December!  We have some exciting news...abstract submission is now open for the 2nd Platelet Society meeting!

Due to ongoing Covid restrictions, the meeting will be held online and hosted by Dr Alan Harper at Keele University. The meeting will include an Early Career Researcher day and two days of talks and discussions. As it is online, it is hoped that the meeting can be attended by a wide range of platelet and megakaryocyte scientist including colleagues from overseas.

More details about the meeting can be found at https://plateletsociety.co.uk/keele-2021/ including the link for abstract submission.  

We look forward to your submissions, and seeing you virtually in March!

2 months ago

The Platelet Society

It's #WorldThrombosisDay

#thrombosis is the formation of unwanted #bloodclots in an artery or vein.

Members of the Platelet Society are involved in all aspects of platelet research and education to further knowledge of how platelets contribute to thrombosis.

Watch this video to find out more: twitter.com/i/status/1315930559206522880

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“It's #WorldThrombosisDay #Thrombosis the formation of unwanted #bloodclots in an artery or vein. Members of the @plateletsociety are involved in all aspects of platelet research and education to further knowledge of how platelets contribute to thrombosis. #WTDay20 t.co/aybrfi1kdb
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2 months ago

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We're looking forward to seeing our members at the 2020 Platelet Society AGM today; sadly it won't be in person, like this photo from last year's meeting, however, we welcome you virtually on Zoom. ... See MoreSee Less

Were looking forward to seeing our members at the 2020 Platelet Society AGM today; sadly it wont be in person, like this photo from last years meeting, however, we welcome you virtually on Zoom.
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