2019 Outstanding Abstract Achievement Awards

ASH is pleased to recognize the following abstract presenters who received the highest ranking in their categories of undergraduate student, medical student, graduate student, resident physician, and post-doctoral fellow. Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award winners...

Supporting Hematology’s Future: The ASH Scholar Award

Supporting Hematology’s Future: The ASH Scholar Award

The ASH Scholar Award is the Society’s longest-standing award program and one of the most highly regarded. For almost three decades, ASH has supported hundreds of fellows and junior faculty in both basic and clinical/translational research by providing partial salary...

Supporting Hematology’s Future: ASH Scholar Award Alums

The ASH Scholar Award is the Society’s longest-standing award program and one of the most highly regarded. For almost three decades, ASH has supported hundreds of fellows and junior faculty in both basic and clinical/translational research by providing partial salary...

Meaningful Outreach Knows No Borders

Meaningful Outreach Knows No Borders

Now entering its third cycle, the ASH Global Research Award was created especially for trainees and early- career investigators based in countries outside of the United States and Canada. It is intended to support these hematologists during the critical period between...

ASH Announces 2019 Abstract Achievement Awards

Each year, ASH offers merit-based Abstract Achievement Awards in the amount of $500 to select individuals to acknowledge the accomplishments of hematologists-in-training. This year’s Abstract Achievement Awards recognize undergraduate students, medical students,...

National Partner Society Abstract Achievement Awards

The National Partner Society Abstract Achievement Awards consist of a $2,000 grant awarded to an international hematologist, who must be a member of the supporting organization and resident of the respective country, to help advance knowledge and inspire continued...

ASH Congratulates the 2019 MRHAP Winners

In 2018 ASH announced an entirely new program for under-represented minority residents, the ASH Minority Resident Hematology Award Program (MRHAP), the goal of which is to provide support for under-represented minority residents to conduct hematology-focused research...

ASH Congratulates the 2019 MMSAP Participants

ASH Congratulates the 2019 MMSAP Participants

Since 2004, the ASH Minority Medical Student Award Program (MMSAP) has provided under-represented minority medical students with an opportunity to engage in an eight-to-12-week hematology-related research project under the guidance of an ASH member. In 2016 the...

With Diversity As a Priority, Everyone Wins

With Diversity As a Priority, Everyone Wins

Griffin Rodgers, MD, of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) is awarded the 2019 ASH Award for Leadership in Promoting Diversity. Dr. Rodgers earned the prestigious recognition for his ongoing work on behalf of under-represented...

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