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ISTH Career Development Webinar - How to Negotiate Positions as Clinicians and Scientists

Apr 4, 2023 10:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Paula James, MD
A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan (MD, 1996), Dr. James is a full Professor in the Department of Medicine at Queen’s University. She holds cross-appointments to the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine and Pediatrics. She is the Medical Director of the Inherited Bleeding Disorders Clinic of Southeastern Ontario and its aligned Women and Bleeding Disorders Clinic. Dr. James is a Clinician Scientist with an active research program focused on the molecular genetic basis of inherited bleeding disorders and the clinical impact of these conditions. She has held multiple national and international leadership roles including Clinical Co-chair of the 2021 ASH ISTH NHF WFH VWD Guideline Diagnosis panel and Co-Theme Leader for the subcommittee on Platelet Disorders, VWD and Thrombotic Microangiopathies for the ISTH 2023 Congress in Montreal.
Coen Maas, PhD
Coen Maas is Associate professor Immunothrombosis at the University Medical Center Utrecht, the Netherlands. His research bridges the fields of cardiovascular research and clinical immunology (~100 publications). This work leads from deep fundamental mechanistic studies to the development of therapeutic proteins and biomarker assays. He founded the biotech spinout companies SERPINx BV and TargED Biopharmaceuticals with patents on anti-inflammatory protease inhibitors and therapeutic agents against microvascular thrombosis.
Aaron Iding, MD
Aaron Iding, MD, is a fourth-year PhD student at Maastricht University, the Netherlands. Under the care of prof. Hugo ten Cate, he studies translational aspects of post-thrombotic syndrome. Since the start of his PhD, he has been a member of the ISTH Early Career Committee. Aiming to combine research with clinical work in the near future, he currently explores how best to negotiate this position.