2nd Annual Norman Bethune Symposium (2013)

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Morning Session
1. Introduction
2. “Life and times of Norman Bethune”
3. “Challenges in Blood Management – Canada and Beyond”
4. “Platelet synthesis and clearance”
5. “Hepatitis C Virus: From discovery to cure”
6. “Shotgun” Poster Presentations

Afternoon Session
1. “Hematology in Vancouver”
2. “Blood donation and social capital”
3. “Basic biology of incompatible transfusion reactions”
4. “TACO and other forgotten about reactions to platelets”
5. “The BC Provincial Blood Coordinating Office”
6. “More baffling cases in the blood bank”
7. “How do therapeutic immunoglobulins work”


Introduction
By: Dr. Ed Conway – Director, Centre for Blood Research


“Life and times of Norman Bethune”
By: Sharon and Roderick Stewart


“Challenges in Blood Management – Canada and Beyond”
By: Dr. Dana Devine – Canadian Blood Services, CBR, UBC


“Platelet synthesis and clearance”
By: Dr. John Hartwig – Harvard Medical School


“Hepatitis C Virus: From discovery to cure”
By: Dr. Mel Krajden – BC Centre for Disease Control


“Shotgun Poster Presentations”
By: Various Presenters


“Hematology in Vancouver”
By: Dr. Gerry Growe


“Blood donation and social capital”
By: Dr. Andre Smith, University of Victoria


“Basic biology of incompatible transfusion reactions”
By: Dr. James Zimring, Puget Sound Blood Centre


“TACO and other forgotten about reactions to platelets”
By: Dr. Mark Yazer, University of Pittsburgh


“The BC Provincial Blood Coordinating Office”
By: Dr. Tanya Petraszko, Canadian Blood Services / UBC


“More baffling cases in the blood bank”
By: Dr. Kate Chipperfield, VGH & UBC


“How do therapeutic immunoglobulins work”
By: Dr. Alan Lazarus, University of Toronto

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