Why Attend?

Knowledge & Education
The congress provides a platform for the exchange of the latest research, advancements, and clinical practices in the field of thrombosis and hemostasis. Attending the congress allows you to stay updated with the current state of knowledge and learn from experts in the field. You can gain insights into new treatment strategies, diagnostic techniques, and emerging areas of research.

The congress brings together researchers, clinicians, and professionals from various disciplines related to thrombosis and hemostasis. It offers excellent networking opportunities to connect with experts, colleagues, and potential collaborators. Interacting with fellow attendees can lead to valuable discussions, collaborations, and the sharing of ideas.

Professional Development
By attending the congress, you can enhance your professional development. You can present your own research findings, case studies, or clinical experiences through poster presentations or oral presentations. This allows you to gain recognition for your work, receive valuable feedback, and establish yourself as an expert in the field.

Stay Abreast of Advances
Thrombosis and hemostasis are dynamic fields with ongoing advancements in understanding the underlying mechanisms, diagnostic tools, and therapeutic options. Attending the congress ensures you stay up to date with the latest breakthroughs, cutting-edge technologies, and evidence-based practices.

Collaborations & Partnerships
The congress provides an opportunity to foster collaborations and partnerships with pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, and other industry stakeholders. This interaction can lead to potential research collaborations, funding opportunities, and access to new treatment options or technologies.

Inspiration & Motivation
Being surrounded by experts, passionate researchers, and professionals in the field can be highly inspiring and motivating. It can reignite your enthusiasm for your work, spark new ideas, and drive you to make a meaningful impact in the field of thrombosis and hemostasis.