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Werfen THANZ Travel Grant

The 2016 THANZ Werfen Grant was awarded to Jim Tiao from Western Australia Centre for Thrombosis and Haemostasis (WACTH) for his abstract

Improving Microangiopathic Thrombocytopenia(MAT) diagnosis in the Asia-Pacific region by standardisation of the ADAMTS-13 assay

Abstract

Below: Jim was presented with his award by Harshal Nandurkar

The 2015 THANZ Werfen Grant was awarded to Susan Jarvis from St Vincents Hospital, NSW for her abstract Calibration of Anit-Xa assays with STA-Multi Hep Calibrator under-estimates LMWIH and over-estimates UFH levels

Below: Susan was presented with her award by Jenny Curnow

The 2014 THANZ Werfen Grant was awarded to Sarah Just from The Prince of Wales Hospital, NSW, for her abstract Assessment of the AcuStar Chemiluminescent analyser for VWD screening assays-vWF Antigen (vWF:Ag) and Ristocetin Cofactor (vWF:RCoF)

Below: Sarah was presented with her award by Jenny Curnow

The 2013 THANZ Werfen Travel Grant was awarded to Elizabeth Duncan, SA Pathology, for her abstract The interpretation of laboratory assays to classify patients with mild Haemophilia A and the discrepant phenotype

Below: Elizabeth Duncan with Huyen Tran and Sharon Dearden, Marketing Manager with Werfen Australia

The inaugural THANZ Werfen Travel Grant has been awarded to Ms Yusra Harahsheh, a medical scientist in the haematology and coagulation department at Royal Perth Hospital for her abstract The Determination and Characterisation of Anti-ADAMTS13 Autoantibodies.

Below: Yusra Harahsheh (right) and Huyen Tran with Sharon Dearden, Marketing Manager with Werfen Australia