Joint International Academies of Research and Education
Joint International Academies of Research and Education

Joint JIARE London Haematology Conference August 2024


Joint Annual Scientific Meeting and Medical Conference on Progress and Innovations in Haematology for the Future and Beyond, London, England, UK,  7 – 10 August 2024, London, England, United Kingdom




Haematology is a diverse specialty embracing clinical and laboratory aspects of adult and paediatric disease, both malignant and non-malignant.  The conference will deal with the progress and innovations that have been made in diagnostic and therapeutic strategies in haematology. Molecular advances are continuing at a phenomenal rate- exceeding the rate of progress in therapeutics, offering highly sensitive methods for disease detection and, in some disorders, prospects of cure through gene therapy.    In addition, haematopoietic disorders are often driven by genetic mutations and epigenetic alterations. New advanced technologies including next-generation sequencing, ultra-deep PCR and whole-genome and exome sequencing were proved very efficient in detecting several mutations implicated in the pathogenesis of haematological diseases. Emerging evidence indicates that genomic data can be useful in all aspects of clinical practice including diagnosis, prognosis and prediction of response to specific treatments, as well as in the development of novel targeted treatments for patients with haematological disorders.  Hence, the conference will embrace these trends and issues in various sessions.





The Provisional Programme for the conference series can be found below:






Provisional Outline Programme

Wednesday 7 August 2024 (Day 1)

Friday, 9 August 2024 (Day 3)


Registration Desk Open


Registration Desk open




Setting up the Posters and Exhibitors Stand

Welcome and Introduction to the First Day of the Conference Open Lecture on Progress in Medical Practice and Education in Haematology in the 21st Century




Session 3: Key Short presentations in Parallel Sessions

Advances in the Laboratory Diagnoses of Haematological Diseases




Trends and Issues in Thrombosis and hemostasis


Session 1: Pre –Conference Workshops/Plenaries


Innovation in Laboratory Diagnoses of Haematological Diseases


Issues in Medical Education in Haematology -various Topics




Benign disorders in Haematology


Dealing with Issues in Myelomas in the Community


Myeloid malignancies

Evidence-based Medicine and Quality in Patient Care 

In Haematology.


Dealing with Myeloproliferative Neoplasms and their  Challenges

Trends in the Management of Leukaemias

Thursday 8 August 2024 (Day 2)

Saturday 10 August 2024 (Day 4)


Registration Desk Open


Registration Desk Open


Session 2: Key Short Presentations  and Interactive session on New Technology  and Innovations in  Haematology


Session 4: Short Presentations and Interactive  Sessions in Lymphomas


Advances in the Treatment of haematological disorders


Burkitt Lymphoma and Emerging Infectious Diseases


Emerging Treatment of haematological malignances






Progress in Transfusion Medicine


Progress in the management of Lymphoid malignancies


Trends in Stem Cell Transplantations in Haematology

Issues in Paediatric Haematology

Progress in Haemoglobinopathies


Issues in Plasma Cell Disorders


Summary and Evaluation


Advances in Lymphoid Malignancies Management

Progress in the Diagnosis of Plasma cell disorders






TOTAL HOURS OF PROCEEDINGS AND TRAINING, EXCLUDING REGISTRATION, TEA/COFFE BREAKS AND LUNCH:   32 Hours and 30 Minutes for four days (8 Hours and 7+ Minutes Per Day). 



Please note that the topics stated on the above provisional programme may change and can be presented and sessions taking place on the other days of the conference, as topics are grouped in themes per day.  Please refer to the final programme in the conference pack for the event in due course.  


The format of the conference includes key note speaking/lecture, presentations of research or projects carried by delegates from different parts of the World, workshops, and interactive sessions for all delegates to participate in, and learn together in an informal environment.  There are also plenty of opportunities for networking and making new friends.  The Provisional Programme can be found above.



Speakers on the Conference


The conference attracts speakers from all branches of medicine and healthcare, including researchers and health workers that have carried out innovative work in various disciplines.  Some of the speakers include:



Professor Daniella Kingsley - Chief Key Note Speaker, UK

Professor Ana Lopez, Key Note Speaker, Mexico

Professor Joshua Godwin - Key Note Speaker,  UK

Dr Pawel Janowski, Speaker, Poland

Professor Angela Bailey, Speaker, USA

Dr Michael Harris, London, UK

Dr Luke Maher Coburn, Speaker, Ireland

Dr Nathan Connelly, Speaker, USA 

Dr Maria Kingsley-Godwin, Speaker, Bulgaria and UK

Professor Liam Williams, Speaker, Australia    

Dr Alexander Marks, Speaker, South Africa

Dr Miranda Owens, Speaker, Canada


And many more to be published at the conference.




Invited key note speakers and speakers are experienced researchers and scientists who have carried our in-depth studies in any branch of medicine and surgery related to Haematology.


Please note that all invited speakers are required to submit Extended Abstracts of up to 1,200 words to reach us by 5 June 2024.


Please also note that the Joint Events Committee can grant extension of this deadline when there is a compelling reason to do so.  If extension is required, please send in request in writing via Email or letter to:







Joint SMC and IAHCP Conference

West London Conference Centre Hammersmith

London W6 8RF

England, United Kingdom



The Joint SMC and IAHCP Conference Centre venue, West London Conference Centre Hammersmith is handy for some of the UK's biggest shopping centres not to mention central London, which is nearby, making it easy to reach tourist attractions and business venues. Guests and families can go into central London and Greater London to some must-see venues like Madame Tussauds or the London Eye, or shop in the West End.  There are other attractions like Buckingham Palace, Museums, Markets and other historic sites to see, which is good for delegates and their families.




Important Notice about the Venue:  


Please note that there may be a possibility that this event can be held online via ZOOM depending on the situation with the COVID - 19 issues and other infectious diseases, including other factors at the time of the conference.  In which case, updated information will be published on this page.





As one of the leading World Holiday Resorts, London, England boasts numerous attractions and sites for plenty of fun for both adults and children.  Please come and join us in London, England, UK to enjoy this conference, which promises interesting scientific programmes, and entertainments for delegates, accompanying people and families.








The Conference and educational meetings are accredited by various professional bodies.  So participants will receive attendance certificates, including Continuous Medial Education (CME) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Certificates.  The CME and CPD points are between 24 to 100 points depending on number of sessions attended.





If you would like to participate in this well-established conference and meetings, please contact us at   If you would also like to present your work at the event, please complete and submit the Abstract Submission Form below  for processing.


You can also register for the conference online via the online registration facility at the end of this page.



Please also note that the online payment facility can be found after the conference interest form below.




Abstract Submission:  


You can submit your abstract via the Abstract Submission Form below. 


Please note that your abstract can be up to 400 words.


Please note that all submitted and accepted abstracts will be published in the Conference official Book of Proceedings, with ISSN and available in the British Library and other libraries internationally.


Participants would also have the opportunity of publishing their full papers in one of the Association's Medical Journals if they are of high quality and after going thruogh the double blinded peer review process.



The deadline for submissions of abstract is 5 June  2024.  





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