Laboratory aspects of haemoglobinopathy diagnosis
A one-day course on theoretical and practical aspects of haemoglobinopathy diagnosis
One session is available:
- 14 September 2017
3rd Floor Laboratories
Hammersmith Hospital Campus
Du Cane Road
London W12 0NN
+44 (0)20 3313 4017
This course was created by Professor Barbara Bain at St Mary’s Hospital. It is now taught by Professor Barbara Bain and Dr Subarna Chakravorty with a guest lecture from either Ms Joan Henthorn or Dr Barbara Wild.
It covers the practical aspects of haemoglobinopathy diagnosis including microscopy, blood count interpretation, cellulose acetate and agarose gel electrophoresis and high-performance liquid chromatography. The clinical relevance is emphasised and the most up-to-date molecular techniques are also discussed.
The course is interactive, all cases being reviewed collectively after the participants have made their own diagnoses. Photographs of all cases plus PowerPoint presentations of several key lectures are provided to the participants for the purpose of private study after the course.
- Consultant and staff grade Haematologists
- Haematology trainees
- Biomedical scientists
Key speakers and course organisers
- Professor B. J. Bain
- Dr Subarna Chakravorty
- Ms Joan Henthorn
Cancellation and transferral policy
Places are only allocated when payment has been received. Early booking is advised, particularly for the two-day course, as courses are often booked out. Please note that because of catering and course material expenses, cancellations received within two weeks of the course date will not receive a refund. Those who do cancel after that time may make their own arrangements for a replacement to attend. If cancellations are received more than 14 days before the course, a refund will be given after deduction of a handling charge.
Related short courses
- Advanced haematology morphology
- Histopathology of the bone marrow
- Morphology update for biomedical scientists and first year senior trainees
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