Anthony Nolan, in partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant, is offering a series of six webinars for transplant centre staff involved or interested in using cord blood in their clinical work. The webinars will cover various elements of a cord transplant journey, from banking and selection of the best unit, to thawing, infusion and troubleshooting.
Each course is run on a six-week cycle so if you cannot attend one, another will be run soon. Just sign up to receive email alerts or keep an eye on this page.
The course is CPD-accredited by The British Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (BSHI). Each webinar attended is worth 1 CPD point.
- An Overview of CBUs from a Clinician’s Perspective: Success & Challenges 6th June | 3-4pm
- Cord Blood Unit Banking 14th June | 3-4pm
- Cord Blood Unit Search and Selection 22nd June | 3-4pm
- Cord Blood Unit Data & Potency 28th June | 3-4pm
- Cord Blood Unit Shipment 5th July | 3-4pm
- Cord Blood Unit Troubleshooting 12th July | 3-4pm
Just fill in the form below to sign up to any or all the webinars.
Fill in the form below to sign up to any or all webinars. Please note, for each webinar you’re interested in, you’ll be asked to reconfirm your details (or ‘register’) nearer the time to receive your unique joining link. It shouldn’t take more than a minute!
Dr Chloe Anthias
Dr Chloe Anthias is a donor consultant at Anthony Nolan and consults on stem cell transplantation at the Royal Marsden Hospital. She also holds posts as Associate Honorary Faculty at the Institute of Cancer Research, and Honorary Associate Professor at University College London.
Dr Irina Evseeva
Dr Irina Evseeva, head of specialist services at Anthony Nolan, leads the team exploring, testing and implementing science-based initiatives to enhance the services provided to Transplant Centres to improve transplant outcome. She co-leads the Cord Support Programme.
Dr Roger Horton
Dr Roger Horton is the FACT director of the Anthony Nolan Cord Blood Bank, and Cell and Gene Therapy Clinical Delivery Lead at the Anthony Nolan Cell Therapy Centre in Nottingham, UK. He’s a passionate promoter of best practice in the search, selection, manufacture, and application of cord blood in both transplant and cellular therapy applications.