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2020 MIAP Thesis Week
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Arnold is a translational researcher with a focus on immune thrombocytopenia ITP. He is the lead investigator on several clinical trials in ITP and has developed a program of research that spans clinical studies designed to better understand patient preferences with respect to ITP treatments to basic research on the mechanisms of ITP. The great majority of Dr. Bussel's publications are centered around diagnosis and especially management of patients with ITP, including children with ITP, adults with ITP, pregnant women with ITP, HIV infected patients with thrombocytopenia, and fetuses affected by autoimmune and alloimmune thrombocytopenia. She also studied at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital, London, where she gained further experience in both paediatric and adult immunodeficiency disorders. Cooper runs a clinical and laboratory research programme investigating the causes of haematological autoimmunity.
Program at a glance. Since the first ITP conference in , when mostly European scientists in the field of electrophoretic and liquid phase separations gathered in Baconfoy, Belgium, to discuss the new development of research, this premier series of conference in separation science has been organized 26 times in 16 different countries of 3 different continents. However, in light of the Covid situation, the conference was held in a digital format with scientists participating worldwide from their respective locations, over the course of three days, from November , Science moves forward no matter what happens in the world!
Sanford students, both undergraduate and graduate, are always amazing. They come from all over the world, and from nearby neighborhoods in Durham. They start organizations, volunteer in the community, earn awards and develop friendships that have the potential to last a lifetime.