RPTH announces annual Editor’s Award recipients for 2023

RPTH announces annual Editor’s Award recipients for 2023

Research and Practice in Thrombosis and Haemostasis (RPTH) has named three early career investigators as the recipients of the 2023 RPTH Editor’s Awards.

The RPTH Editor’s Awards are presented annually to three early career investigators who submit exemplary articles as selected by a jury of editors. Recipients of this award receive a travel grant and complimentary registration to the ISTH 2023 Congress, providing the opportunity to network with other exceptional researchers in thrombosis and hemostasis.

In order to qualify for this award, candidates must be the first author and member of the ISTH in one of the early career membership categories at the time the article is submitted. Candidates may indicate their interest to be considered for the award during the submission process at rpth.isth.org.

2023 RPTH Editor’s Awards Recipients:

Tessa Noordermeer, M.Sc., Interference in point-of-care International Normalized Ratio monitoring in patients with lupus anticoagulant is correlated with anti-β2-Glycoprotein I antibody titers

Jie Sun, M.D., Low-dose immune tolerance induction in severe hemophilia A children with high-titer inhibitors: Type of factor 8 mutation and outcomes

Matthias M. Engelen, M.D., Modulation of thromboinflammation in hospitalized COVID-19 patients with aprotinin, low molecular weight heparin, and anakinra: the DAWn-Antico study

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