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All members of the Oxford Centre for Haematology are invited to join this special event to hear about the latest research and treatments being discovered, and to meet other clinicians. scientists, nurses and health professionals working together. We also welcome any interested students and employees of University of Oxford and OUH Trust. Please contact naomi.gray@imm.ox.ac.uk for more information about how to register.

DETAILED Agenda

08:45 

Welcome and Introduction to Day. Chair: Nikki Curry 

Session 1: Translation from Myeloid discovery science to improving clinical diagnostics and patient pathways. Chair: Bethan Psaila 

09:00 

Ageing BM microenvironment (Claus Nerlov group) 

09:20 

Understanding cross-talk between haematopoietic cells and stroma in bone marrow fibrosis (Guanlin Wang/Miki Colombo) 

09:40 

Application of AI to improve clinical diagnostics in myeloid disorders (Daniel Royston) 

10:00 

Priority setting partnerships with patients (Kirsty Crozier/Catriona Gilmour-Hamilton) 

10:15 

Coffee break 

Session 2: Lymphoid. Chair: Graham Collins 

10.30 

Introduction 

10.35 

cfDNA in DLBCL – the Oxford approach (Laura Lopez-Pascua) 

10.55 

Novel trial designs in aggressive lymphoma - RomiCar (Stephen Booth) 

11.15 

Hodgkin Lymphoma – isn’t it all sorted? (Graham Collins) 

11.35 

Questions and future plans 

11.45 

Coffee break 

Session 3: Red blood cells. Chair Noemi Roy 

12.00 

Introduction (Noemi Roy) 

12.05 

CDA-1: progress and challenges (Chris Babbs) 

12.30 

Using single-cell oxygen saturation imaging to characterise disorders of gas exchange in red cell diseases and stored blood (Pawel Swietach) 

12.55 

Iron in ICU- how, why and when? (Akshay Shah) 

13.15 

Lunch break 

14.00 

Plenary talk by Professor Sir Andrew Pollard. Chair Adam Mead 

Session 4: H&T and PPI. Chair Susie Shapiro 

14.45 

Health economics (Elizabeth Stokes) 

15.05 

COVID response: VTE rate in OUH patients (Richard Salisbury) 

15.15 

COVID response: Translational research (Nikos SousosGuanlin Wang, Gael Morrow) 

15.30 

Thrombosis and myeloma (Dalia Khan) 

15.40 

Patient and public involvement (Catriona Gilmour-Hamiton, Noemi Roy) 

16.00 

Coffee break 

Session 5: Flash talks and Poster Award. Chair: Nikki Curry 

16.10 

Flash talks from BRC funded pump priming research projects 

17.00 

Prize giving for Doug Higgs Award for best DPhil / MD / MSc poster, followed by online poster room and networking session on GatherTown 

17.45 

End