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THANZ AHCDO Conference Grant

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2023 Winner

Brian Grainger, Alfred Health, Vic

Bleeding severity and haemostatic management of inherited Rare Bleeding Disorders (RBDs) at an Australian Haemophilia Treatment Centre.


2022 Winner

Caroline Dix, The Alfred, Vic

Factor concentrate treatment for haematuria in people with haemophilia is associated with low rates of complications


Below: Caroline was presented with her certificate by THANZ President, Chee Wee Tan

2021 Winner

Amanda Tee, Monash University, Vic

Acquired haemophilia A: insight into treatment and outcomes from an Australian tertiary referral centre.


2019 Winner

Yvonne Brennan, Westmead Hospital, NSW

Extended half-life clotting factor use in Australia


Below: Yvonne, in Gala Dinner ‘TEAM’ themed costume, with her certificate

2018 Winner

Jim Tiao, Western Australia Centre for Thrombosis and Haemostasis


Alternative Splicing as a Future Treatment for Haemophilia A

Below: Jim with his certificate

2017 Winner

Fathima Ayyalil , The Canberra Hospital


A unique regional outreach program to provide targeted quality care to individuals with bleeding disorders

Below: Fathima with Harshal Nandurkar and Joanne Joseph

2016 Winner

Dr David Rabbolini, Northern Blood Research Centre, Royal North Shore Hospital


Platelet development and bleeding phenotype is altered with mutation in different zinc finger domains of the GFI1B transcription factor

2015 Winner

Dr Stephanie P’ng, The Haemophilia and Haemostasis Centre, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA. Stephanie was unable to attend the awards ceremony.


How effective coordination of perioperative management in patients with inherited bleeding disorders leads to safe and effective haemostasis at sites external to the HTC

2014 Winner

The inaugral THANZ AHCDO Conference Grant was awarded to Dr Prachi Bhave for her abstract A Review and Suggested Approach for Performing Cardiac Surgery in Patients with Hereditary Bleeding Disorders. Prachi was unable to attend the awards ceremony during HAA.

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