Young EuNET-INNOCHRON initiative

Training Schools

Training Schools will provide intensive training in emerging research topics within the laboratories and organisations involved in the EuNet-INNOCHRON. For this year a Training School will be organised on "Autoimmune Neutropenias" aiming to provide theoretical knowledge and hand-on experience on this interesting field. The time and location will be announced after the COVID-19 pandemic period. You can also learn more about Training Schools from section 6 of the COST Vademecum.

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  • Training School on Biobanking on Neutropenias. 
    The  "Training School on Bio-Banking on Neutropenias" will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, 6-8 April 2022, with Dr Kostas Stamatopoulos as our Host/Local Organizer. Please find here more information
  • Training School on AIN - PART II. ON AUTOIMMUNE NEUTROPENIAS 2020/2021. Part II. Hands-on Experience on Techniques in Detecting anti-Neutrophil Antibodies
    The TS was organized by Carlo Dufour and Francesca Fioredda (Gaslini International Center, G.Gaslini Children Research Hospital Genova, Italy). 
    31 August - 1 September 2021. Please find here more information
  • Training Course Severe Congenital Neutropenia - A Clinical Approach.
    The TS was organized by Hannah Tamary and Orna Steinberg-Shemer (Schneider Children's Medical Center of Israel, Hematology/Oncology Division, Petach Tikva, Israel) Virtually, via ZOOM platform, 24-25 MARCH 2021
    Please find here more information
  • 1st EuNet-INNOCHRON Training School (TS), dedicated to "Autoimmune Neutropenias".
    The TS was organized by Carlo Dufour and Francesca Fioredda with the valuable contribution of the top experts in the field Prof. J. Bux, Prof. U. Sachs, Prof. P. Höglund, Dr A. Reil, Virtually, via ZOOM platform, November 3, 2020*.
    Stay tuned for more information on the organization of Part II, with hands-on training

    Please find here the 1st EuNet-INNOCHRON Training School (TS) Presentations

*(Initial scheduled to take place in Genova in 2-6 November 2020, changed for safety reasons due to the COVID19 pandemic)