Twitter is one of the most efficient ways to stay well informed and have all the latest news and research at your fingertips. We've selected five Twitter feeds geared toward the haematology professional that will prove informative and insightful.
1. Vikas Gupta – @Vikas_Gupta_1
VIKAS GUPTA, M.D., Princess Margaret Cancer Center, Toronto
Dr. Gupta is an associate professor of medicine at the Princess Margaret Cancer Center in Toronto, Canada. He is the founding member and president of the Canadian MPN Group.
— Princess Margaret CF (@thePMCF) February 1, 2017
2. Gerard Crotty – @gmcrotty
Dr Gerard Crotty is a Consultant Haematologist at Midland Regional Hospital, Tullamore and is a Past President of the Irish Hospital Consultants Association.
— Gerard Crotty #FBPE (@gmcrotty) May 30, 2017
3. Dr Terence Comeau, MD – @SCTNB
Dr. Terrance Comeau grew up in Saint John, New Brunswick and attended Dalhousie Medical School. He returned to Saint John, to lead the Blood and Bone Marrow transplantation program at the Saint John Regional Hospital after spending 15 years at Chapel Hill in North Carolina. Dr. Comeau is an accredited Hematologist/Oncologist with the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy with a specialisation in Blood and Bone Marrow Transplantation.
How I treat chronic myelomonocytic leukemia | Blood Journal https://t.co/F36NGqOrjI
— Dr T. Comeau , MD (@SCTNB) July 13, 2017
4. Kate Pendry [email protected]
Kate Pendry is Clinical Director Patient Blood Management, NHS Blood and Transplant and Consultant Haematologist Manchester.
— Kate Pendry (@KatePendry) June 24, 2017
5. Sigurdur Kristinsson – @sykristinsson
Sigurdur Kristinsson is Professor of Hematology at University of Iceland and at Karolinska University Hospital.
— Binding Site (@BindingSiteHaem) November 4, 2016