JTH announces six early career authors as recipients of the annual Editor’s Award for 2023
The Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH) has selected six early career investigators as the recipients of the 2023 JTH Editor’s Awards.
The JTH Editor’s Awards are presented annually in honor of Pier M. Mannucci, the first Editor-in-Chief of JTH, for the best articles submitted by 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.
First authors who are considered early career investigators at the time of submission are eligible to apply. To be considered for the next awards, authors must indicate their interest when submitting a manuscript at jthjournal.org.
VIEW THE 2023 JTH Editor’s Awards Recipients Below:
Jennifer Croden, M.D. - Incidence of bleeding and thromboembolism and impact on overall survival in adult patients with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis: A 20-year provincial retrospective cohort study
Dante Disharoon - Breaking the fibrinolytic speed limit with microwheel co-delivery of tissue plasminogen activator and plasminogen
Helen Fogarty, M.D., Ph.D. - Sustained VWF-ADAMTS-13 axis imbalance and endotheliopathy in long COVID syndrome is related to immune dysfunction
Fleur Kaptein, M.D. - Incidence and determinants of thrombotic and bleeding complications in patients with glioblastoma
Woosuk Steve Hur, Ph.D. - Elimination of fibrin polymer formation or crosslinking, but not fibrinogen deficiency, is protective against diet-induced obesity and associated pathologies
Josepha Sedzro, Ph.D. - Antithrombotic potential of a single-domain antibody enhancing the activated protein C-cofactor activity of protein