3rd Joint Meeting of the International Society for Fibrinolysis and Proteolysis & Plasminogen Activation workshop 2022
The upcoming 3rd Joint Meeting of the International Society for Fibrinolysis and Proteolysis & Plasminogen Activation workshop 2022 (ISFP & PA 2022) which will be held in Caen (Normandie) on September 5th – 9th2022. The meeting program covers the more recent advances in this field of research from basic to translational research and features an exciting compilation of two plenary and 10 SOA lectures. Selected abstracts will be included in the main program as short talks (43 expected). The ISFP created “D. Collen Young Investigator Awards” from top five abstracts from young investigators.
For the 5th year the BSHT is proud to offer BSHT summer studentship scheme in 2022.
The scheme is able to run again this year with 3 studentships being awarded for a duration of 8-10 weeks (up to an additional 2 students may be considered depending on the quality of the applications).
The students will receive £150 per week and the host lab £500 running expenses.
Please send a brief outline of the project (no more than 2 pages) including background, aims and experimental plan, which should be completed by the supervisor with a named student. The CV of the named student should also be included.
The ISTH congress this year is being hosted in London from 9-13 July 2022 Find out more
BSHT will be supporting BSHT members to attend the ISTH congress 2022 in London, with up to £25,000 worth of bursaries being made available to those presenting oral and/or poster presentations.
To be eligible to apply for a BSHT bursary award at ISTH 2022, applicants must;
Be the presenting author on an abstract accepted for an oral or poster presentation to the ISTH and Be either; – a paid up member of the BSHT – a student of any sort (e.g. PhD/MD/MSc/BSc) being supervised by a paid up member of the BSHT and Have attended a BSHT meeting in the past 2 years (not necessary for student applicants) and Not have a substantive or tenured academic/clinical position