Alumni

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Welcome to the alumni section of the Haemophilia Academy website


Within this section you can find contact details and biographies of the Haemophilia Academy, as well as information regarding current and future events which may be of interest to you.

We hope this dedicated section of the website will create further opportunities for you to network and share your experiences and achievements with other fellow alumni.


Participants

Past participants are categorised by year. Select a year below to view the biographies.

Alumni

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For contact details and biographies of past delegates,
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Alumni networking events

Networking events for Haemophilia Academy alumni are generally held alongside a haemophilia congress each year.

These events provide an opportunity to network with the Faculty and other Haemophilia Academy alumni and further strengthen relationships and collaborations.

It has been wonderful to see so many alumni in attendance over the past few years, and the Faculty are always delighted to re-connect with attendees and share experiences. We welcome and encourage all alumni to attend these events when possible. The Haemophilia Academy Secretariat will contact you with the details if an Alumni event is planned to take place. Don’t forget to update the Haemophilia Academy Secretariat if your email address changes, so we can keep you updated on future events.


Haemophilia Academy 10-year anniversary, ISTH, Berlin

We marked our 10-year anniversary at ISTH in Berlin, with a presentation theatre and an alumni networking event.

In July 2017, the Haemophilia Academy marked its 10-year anniversary at ISTH (International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostatis) in Berlin, highlighting the achievements of our alumni to improve haemophilia care via a global network of collaborations.

A presentation theatre was held at the ISTH congress, and was presented to a full capacity hall. Professor Christopher Ludlam (Scientific Chair) and Dr Victor Blanchette (Faculty member) spoke passionately about the programme, providing an overview of its history and aims, as well as highlighting the importance of global collaboration in the context of our growing network of alumni. Dr Stacy Croteau and Dr Rungrote Natesirinilkul, both past alumni, brought their experiences of the Haemophilia Academy to life to showcase how it has influenced their career decisions and future collaborations. We were also delighted to have Professor Johannes Oldenburg, Faculty member and ISTH Congress President, officially open the session.

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Professor Christopher Ludlam, Dr Stacy Croteau, Dr Victor Blanchette and Dr Rungrote Natesirinilkul

2008–2018 alumni

To maximise interactivity and networking and optimise best-practice sharing, participant places at Haemophilia Academy are limited and the Faculty invites centres from all over the world to nominate one qualified physician from their centre to apply. Despite haemophilia being a relatively small field, the first eleven courses have all been oversubscribed. The places were allocated by the Faculty based on review of the applications against pre-defined criteria.


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335 physicians from 65 countries worldwide have been educated 
at Haemophilia Academy from 2008-2018

Trainee haemophilia treaters came from all over the world to participate in the Haemophilia Academy courses each year from 2008–2018:



The participants have all given their permission for their names to be displayed.