The EHA Research Roadmap: Malignant Myeloid Diseases

Hartmut Döhner, Luca Malcovati, Gert J. Ossenkoppele, Andreas Hochhaus, Alessandro Maria Vannucchi, Lars Bullinger, Francisco Cervantes, Charles Craddock, Theo De Witte, Konstanze Döhner, Hervé Dombret, Pierre Fenaux, Jan Geissler, Ulrich Germing, Francois Guilhot, Claire Harrison, Eva Hellström-Lindberg, Francesco Passamonti, Jorge Sierra, Radek SkodaAgnieszka Wierzbowska

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Abstract

In 2016, the European Hematology Association (EHA) published the EHA Roadmap for European Hematology Research1 aiming to highlight achievements in the diagnostics and treatment of blood disorders, and to better inform European policy makers and other stakeholders about the urgent clinical and scientific needs and priorities in the field of hematology. Each section was coordinated by 1-2 section editors who were leading international experts in the field. In the 5 years that have followed, advances in the field of hematology have been plentiful. As such, EHA is pleased to present an updated Research Roadmap, now including 11 sections, each of which will be published separately. The updated EHA Research Roadmap identifies the most urgent priorities in hematology research and clinical science, therefore supporting a more informed, focused, and ideally a more funded future for European hematology research. The 11 EHA Research Roadmap sections include Normal Hematopoiesis; Malignant Lymphoid Diseases; Malignant Myeloid Diseases; Anemias and Related Diseases; Platelet Disorders; Blood Coagulation and Hemostatic Disorders; Transfusion Medicine; Infections in Hematology; Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation; CAR-T and Other Cell-based Immune Therapies; and Gene Therapy.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere635
JournalHemaSphere
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2021

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Hematology

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