The Hematologic Malignancies Conference


The Hematologic Malignancies Conference brings together principal investigators and trainees studying the molecular pathogenesis of cancers of the blood. It aims to encourage knowledge exchange and interdisciplinary collaborations as well as foster networking and career development opportunities for junior investigators and trainees.

At Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center 14 Mechanic Street Southbridge, MA 01550 USA, the Conference is focused on all aspects of the biology of hematological malignancies including molecular pathogenesis of blood cancers, control of stem cell function and differentiation, chromatin biology, and new therapeutic strategies.


Program Details


Program sessions will present the latest research and foster discussion on:

• Lymphoid malignancies

• Myeloid leukemia pathogenesis

• Clonal hematopoiesis

• Molecular oncogenesis

• Novel therapeutics


The conference covers 37 invited talks and 18 talks chosen from abstracts.

The program features a "Scientific Editor" session to learn about the manuscript publication process from professional and peer editors representing top scientific journals, a Grant Writing Workshop, and a Career Development Workshop, "How to Secure a Job in Science."

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