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Symposium on platelet research: From storage to innovation

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When 
Fri, 17/05/2019 - 14:00 to 17:30
Where 

Hringsalur v/Hringbraut - National Hospital

Further information 
Free admission

Symposium on platelet research: From storage to innovation

Hringsalur  - Landspítali Hringbraut 17. maí 2019

Programme

14:00  Dr. Ólafur E. Sigurjónsson: Research on   platelets and platelet storage in Iceland:   A novel approach and a path  to   innovation
14:30  Dr. Per Sandgren: Platelet storage   temperature - basic cellular effects and   main issues

15:00  Níels Árni Árnason: Use of pathogen   reduction to improve stock   management in  national blood services

15:20  Freyr Jóhansson: Pathogen reduction,  metabolomics and platelet storage

15:40  Kaffi / Coffe

16:00  Dr. Sisse Ostrowski: Platelets -   immunologic effector cells?!

16:30  Marta Mikaelsdóttir: Storage of   platelets from hemachromotosis   patients

16:50  Dr. Óttar Rolfsson: Systems   analysis of metabolism in platelet   concentrates during storage

17:20  Closing remarks

Speaker Information

Dr. Ólafur E. Sigurjónsson is a professor at the school of Science and Engineering Reykjavík University and director of RnD at the Blood bank, Landspitali

Dr. Per Sandgren is  a Technical Manager at Development/Cellular analysis (UCA) Dep. Of Clinical Immunology and Transfusion Medicine (KITM), Karolinska University Hospital and Senior Researcher Dep.of Laboratory Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

Dr. Sisse Rye Ostrowski. Associate professor. Head of the Capital Region Blood Bank, Quality Control Laboratory, Dept. of Clinical Immunology, Rigshospitalet. Interim head of studies for Master of Personalized Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen.

Dr. Óttar Rolfsson is a professor at the Center for Systems Biology Department of Medicine University of Iceland

Níels Árni Árnason is a PhD student at the School of Science and Engineering Reykjavík University

Freyr Jóhansson is a PhD student at the Center for Systems Biology Department of Medicine University of Iceland

Marta Mikaelsdóttir is a M.Sc. student at the Department of Medicine University of Iceland

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