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May webinar series to commemorate our 15th anniversary
April 23, 2020
To commemorate our 15th anniversary, we are sharing a series of webinars this year! In the coming weeks we will offer multiple webinars, each taking approximately 30 minutes.
Register for one or multiple webinars via the link(s) below.
Webinar 1: Variability in HLA Expression: Impact on Histocompatibility Assay Interpretation and Immunologic Risk Assessment
May 7, 2020, 3:00 p.m. CEST (Amsterdam time) / noon CST (Chicago time)
We are pleased to welcome our guest speaker, Dr. Luis Hidalgo, to this webinar. Dr. Hidalgo is Associate Professor and Histocompatibility Lab Director at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Webinar 2: Daily practice in an HLA lab: dealing with HLA-DR, a complicated genetic region
May 20, 2020, 3:00 p.m. CEST (Amsterdam time) / noon CST (Chicago time)
We are pleased to welcome our guest speaker, Dr. Nicholas Brown, to our webinar. Dr. Brown is the associate director of the histocompatibility testing laboratory, and assistant professor of pathology and laboratory medicine, at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Brown is interested in clinical assays for histocompatibility laboratories and has published reports on NGS typing assays, HLA antibody assays, and crossmatching. In this webinar, he will share his knowledge on the complicated HLA-DR immunogenetics.
* You will receive data files in advance. We ask you to analyze the data and think about what you would report to the clinician. Before the webinar we would like to receive your answers and questions on email@example.com so we can address them in the live webinar. (software trial license available upon request) We look forward to receiving your interpretation of the data!
For each webinar you attend, you will receive 0.15 continuing education credits (CECs).
We are looking forward to virtually meeting you during one or multiple webinars! If you have any questions, please contact us directly via firstname.lastname@example.org
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