Extension Abstract Submission until Sunday, October 18, 2020 (12:00 a.m.).
All the submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the abstract jury. The notice of acceptance/rejection will be sent via email to the authors, who submitted an abstract.
- Acquired bleeding disorders
- Antithrombotic treatment
- Arterial thromboembolism
- Coagulation and fibrinolysis
- Crosstalks between hemostasis and other systems
- Diagnostics and laboratory tests
- Hereditary bleeding disorders
- In vitro and in vivo models of hemostasis
- Innovation and Novelties
- Platelets - Disorders of platelet function and numbers
- Platelets - Physiology
- Vascular wall biology and disorders
- Venous thromboembolism
- von Willebrand factor and ADAMTS13
- Basic research
- Clinical practice
- Clinical research
- Intensive care
- Laboratory medicine
- Laboratory technology
- Transfusion medicine
Each abstract will be tagged with one subject area and up to three interdisciplinary area.Abstract Submission Guidelines
Oral Communications - Facts
Presentation via Online-Platform
Presentations are recorded in advance and uploaded to the virtual platform at the appropriate time (as per program) to avoid technical problems and to maintain the quality.
Questions & Answers
After the presentation, the speaker and the chair will be switched on live for Q&A's of the participants.
A discussion forum will be provided during the congress in order to enable a better exchange between interested listeners and the author.
Posters - Facts
Digital poster exhibition
The best new scientific research in all areas of thrombosis and hemostasis is presented in a modern way: Digital Poster Exhibition at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasis Research.
All accepted posters will be presented digitally. The posters will be kept in a virtual library on the congress website.
Features of the virtual library are:
Search for key words, authors, institutions
Preview of the posters
Link to the abstract
Link to the Audio message (1-2 minute presentation of the key points)