Award recipients from the HTRS 2021 Research Colloquium and the abstract awardees from the HTRS 2021 Scientific Symposium are reminded of the great benefits available to them:
Available Credits per Category:
Physicians 14.50 credits | Nurses 14.50 credits | APRN 3.50 credits | Pharmacists 14.50 credits
Visit the Enduring Materials program page for more information and how to access the recordings from HTRS 2021. If you have questions about the HTRS enduring program for CME/CE credit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an MD, DO, or PhD, and you have completed your training program, you are eligible for Core Membership with HTRS. Core Member dues are $150.00 (USD) for one year or $400.00 (USD) for three years. Core Members who indicate that they are in the early stages of their career (up to 7 years post-training / fellowship program) are automatically members of the HTRS junior faculty network ConECCTOR (Consortium of Early Career Clinical, Translational, and Outcomes Researchers). ConECCTOR hosts educational meetings, Grant Review Workshops, and social events at major hematology conferences (ASH, HTRS, and THSNA). In-person events are being planned for ASH 2021.
If you are a postdoc, resident, or fellow who has not completed your training program, you are eligible for free Trainee Membership with HTRS for the duration of your training program.
Please visit https://www.htrs.org/HTRS/
Research Colloquium awards recipients received a special discount code for membership, please email email@example.com for more information.
HTRS 2021 Abstract Awards:
HTRS 2021 was able to offer the below number of abstract awards to both oral and poster presenters to share their research live during the virtual meeting. HTRS was able to continue to offer its awards program thanks to our industry supporters:
17 “Abstract Awards” (formerly Travel Awards for the in-person meeting).
Selected were those who have met the following criteria:
First authors of an abstract submitted by trainees or early career investigators working at non-commercial institutions
First authors of an abstract submitted by an undergraduate student at any stage in his/her career, working at a non-commercial institution
First authors of an abstract submitted by allied health professionals at any stage in their careers, working at a non-commercial institution
First authors of an abstract submitted by individuals who qualify as an underrepresented minority (https://diversity.nih.gov/about-us/population-underrepresented) at any stage in their careers, working at a non-commercial institution
First authors of an abstract submitted by an investigator at any stage of his/her career from North or Central America, working at a non-commercial institution
These awards will be featured as either Oral or Poster Presentations.
Award recipients received:
Complimentary Registration to participate and present their abstracts during the HTRS 2021 Scientific Symposium
NEW HTRS Publishing Fund. Awardees can request HTRS to support the costs to publish their abstract in the professional journal of their choice for up to 23 months following the HTRS 2021 Scientific Symposium. The HTRS Board of Directors and Symposium Planning Committee are passionate about this new benefit, as it can help many investigators pay the required publication fees.
COVID-19 PPE. HTRS-branded, CDC-approved safety goggles, face masks, and other items will be sent directly to our awardees to keep them safe at work and promote their HTRS involvement.
6 high-scoring abstracts designated as “Abstract of Distinction” in which the first author is a mid-career or senior investigator. First authors of these abstracts will give Oral Presentations. They will have name recognition on the meeting’s mobile app and other marketing acknowledgments.