The European Hematology Association (EHA) is a professional organization representing hematologists. It was founded in Brussels, Belgium, in June 1992. The Association organised a biennial congress in a European city. From 1998, it became an annual event, taking place in June. Gradually, the activities expanded to cover many complementary subjects. Today, the Executive Office of the Association resides in The Hague, Netherlands, and serves a membership of over 3,200 from 100 countries.
Nematology is the scientific discipline concerned with the study of nematodes, or roundworms. Although nematological investigation dates back to the days of Aristotle or even earlier, nematology as an independent discipline has its recognizable beginnings in the mid to late 19th century.
The Open Hematology Journal is an open-access peer-reviewed medical journal covering ecology. It publishes reviews and letters in all areas of clinical, laboratory, and experimental hematology including stem cells and blood disorders.
Experimental Hematology is a peer-reviewed medical journal of hematology, which publishes original research articles and reviews, as well as the abstracts of the annual proceedings of the Society for Hematology and Stem Cells (formerly known as the International Society for Experimental Hematology). The journal is published monthly by Elsevier, and the annual proceedings are published in a supplement issue. The journal is edited by Connie J. Eaves.
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology is an international peer-reviewed medical journal that covers all aspects of pediatric hematology and oncology. The journal covers immunology, pathology, and pharmacology in relation to blood diseases and cancer in children and shows how basic experimental research can contribute to the understanding of clinical problems.
The Society for Hematology and Stem Cells (formerly the International Society for Experimental Hematology) is a learned society which deals with hematology, the study of the blood system and its diseases, including those caused by exposure to nuclear radiation. It was founded in 1950, and held its first official meeting in Milwaukee in 1972. Its mission statement is: "To promote the scientific knowledge and clinical application of basic hematology, immunology, stem cell research, cell and gene therapy and related aspects of research through publications, discussions, scientific meetings and the support of young investigators."