Abstract Submission

THSNA Travel Awards

THSNA Abstract Travel Awards are designed to promote clinical and basic research by young investigators, nurses, pharmacists, and medical technologists.

Additional Information:

  • The travel award review committee will give equal consideration to hemostasis and thrombosis submissions, and to clinical science and basic laboratory work; covering four basic tracks: laboratory, thrombosis, hemostasis and basic science.
  • Selection of Travel Award recipients from among applicants will be based on the quality of the submitted abstract.
  • Only submissions whose first authors are Young Investigators, Nurses, Pharmacists, or Coagulation Medical Technologists are eligible for travel awards.
  • Young Investigators are defined as undergraduate students, medical students, graduate students, resident physicians, post-doctoral fellows (MD or PhD) and young MD or MD/PhD investigators within five years of completing clinical training in hemostasis and/or thrombosis.
  • To be eligible for a THSNA travel award a Young Investigator, nurse, pharmacists or medical technologist must be the first author and presenter of an abstract accepted for presentation at THSNA 2020.
  • A total of up to thirty (30) travel awards will be granted.
  • The travel award includes up to $1,000 toward travel and lodging costs to attend the conference plus complimentary conference registration for first authors of award-winning abstracts.
  • Applications for the travel awards are accepted as part of the abstract submission process and applicants will be notified in January 2020.


2018 Recipients

Homa K. Ahmadzia
George Washington University

Lauren E. Amos
Children's Mercy Hospital

Lisa Baumann Kreuziger
Blood Center of Wisconsin

Clay T. Cohen
Texas Children's Hospital

Rahul M. Dhodapkar

Peter Doan
Children's Hospital Colorado

Madelaine E. Duarte
Duke University

Jessica Garcia
Medical College of Wisconsin

Dorsaf Ghalloussi
University of North Carolina

Mohammed Hayat
University of Illinois-College of Medicine

Sallu Jabati
Hemostasis and Thrombosis Laboratories

Maissaa Janbain
Tulane School of Medicine

Dominder Kaur
Mayo Clinic

Amanda D. Kaveney
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Robert H. Lee
Duke University

Camila Masias
Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center

Mary E. Michaels
Emory University School of Medicine

Sarah A. Miller
Baylor College of Medecine

Amanda B. Payne
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention

Siavash Piran
McMaster University

Allyson M. Pishko
University of Pennsylvania

Sarah E. Sartain
Baylor College of Medecine/Texas Children's Hospital

Emily Southard
Children's Hospital Colorado

Meera Sridharan
Mayo Internal Medecine Program

Jennifer Teichman
University of Toronto

Ari Vandersluis
Nationwide Children's Hospital

Hope P. Wilson
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center/Children's Hospital New Orleans