The American Society of Hematology, where Dr. Kenneth Nahum is a member, recently announced the names of the 23 hematologists who will be participating in the upcoming 2017 ASH Clinical Research Training Institute in Latin America. The program is taking place in Uruguay from April 5-6 and is designed to prepare current hematology fellows and junior faculty members who work in Latin America for their upcoming careers in clinical research.
The education sessions during the two day event will include topics about how to develop clinical research questions, how to write an abstract for publication, how to understand the fundamentals of clinical trial design and much more.
As ASH President Kenneth C. Anderson, MD said, “ASH is pleased to support clinical research in hematology by providing an opportunity for fellows and faculty members to focus on everything they need to know to implement successful programs. Science and patient care know no borders, which is why it is important for ASH to offer programs like this not only in the United States, but internationally as well.”
Members of the American Society of Hematology like Dr. Kenneth Nahum certainly benefit from their services and information. The ASH is the world’s largest professional society of hematologists and they are dedicated to furthering doctor understanding, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of blood disorders. The 2017 ASH Clinical Research Training Institute is one example of the many programs they create to further their mission.