- Editor’s Corner: A Shock in Paradise
Thursday, July 1st, 2021
The town of Düsseldorf is located near Germany’s western border with the Netherlands, situated on the beautiful Rhine, with its bright reflections, sailing boats, and leisure activities by the harbor. It is home to first-class schools (including international schools for expats, the Heinrich Heine University, and the Robert Schumann Conservatory), world-renowned art galleries, concert halls, [...]
- Editor’s Corner: What’s Your Type?
Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
Each of us remembers moments in our education that have shaped us into who we are. Books we read, lessons we hear, and encounters we have often make a deep and lasting impact. As a teenager, I was impressed by German neurologist Hoimar von Ditfurth’s explanation of the universe and the theory of evolution in [...]
- Editor’s Corner: Don’t Forget to KISS Your Audience!
Saturday, February 1st, 2020
For hematologists around the world, a definite highlight of each year is the December American Society of Hematology (ASH) annual meeting, which now draws a crowd of 30,000 U.S. and international attendees. From October onward, whenever you meet an international colleague at a conference, you can bet your bottom dollar (or euro, peso, pound, yen, [...]