With extensive experience in stem cell transplantation and immunotherapy spanning 20 years, Associate Professor John Moore is an active member of the stem cell transplant community here and internationally. He has held positions on the Bone Marrow Transplant Committee of the Australian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Group (ALLG) and the Auto-Immune Sub-Committee of the European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (EBMT).
This event will also introduce and showcase the VCCC Online Haematological Educational Resources. This is a series of resources developed in conjunction with VCCC alliance members for use by clinicians working in haematology.
Associate Professor John Moore
Associate Professor John Moore is the clinical lead of the NSW statewide service of stem cell transplantation for auto-immune diseases. The program is one of the largest in the world and the second largest contributor to the EBMT database. He is the principal investigator of the Australian Haploidentical multicentre stem cell transplant trial currently being conducted from St Vincents Hospital and the Australasian Bone Marrow Transplant Recipeints Registry (ABMTRR).
Associate Professor Moore has published extensively in the field of stem cell transplantation with over 80 publications in the area. He is team leader of the stem cell transplant group in the Blood Diseases and Cancer laboratory at the Lowy Packer building. He currently supervises three PhD students and one ILP student all in the field of stem cell transplantation.
Who should attend?
Haematology registrars, junior doctors, clinicians, allied health, researchers and interested clinicians from other disciplines such as rheumatology, are welcome to attend.
Thursday 8 August 2019
5.30pm - Registration and refreshments
6.00pm - 7.15pm - Welcome, guest presentation and questions
7.15pm - 7.45pm - Networking, drinks and canapes
Austin Doyle Lecture Theatre, Lvl 4, Austin Tower
145 Studley Road, Heidelberg
Paid parking is available at the Austin Tower. Entry via Studley Road or Burgundy Street.