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Johns Hopkins Venous Thromboembolism Symposium

The VTE Collaborative, with support from the Armstrong Institute and Department of Medicine, holds a VTE Symposium every March that highlights some of the latest research on venous thromboembolism and features a keynote speaker who is a national authority in this field.

These events are open to the Johns Hopkins community and the public. There is no charge to attend or watch online.

Tenth Annual VTE Symposium: March 2, 2018

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Keynote: Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc.

"Bringing Epidemiology to Life in Venous Thromboembolism"

photo of mary cushman Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc.

Dr. Cushman is a hematologist at the University of Vermont Medical Center and a professor of medicine and pathology at the Larner College of Medicine at University of Vermont. Serving as the medical director of the Thrombosis and Hemostasis Program, she is an expert in the care of patients with venous thrombosis and its complications, with an emphasis on tailoring treatments to an individual's level of risk, and on evaluations for inherited and acquired hypercoagulable syndromes when appropriate.

View her academic profile and her clinical bio.

The symposium began with Dr. Cushman's Medical Grand Rounds and was followed by a series of short talks showcasing various VTE-related research studies across Johns Hopkins Medicine as well as a panel of patients sharing their experiences with blood clots.

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Videos from Past VTE Symposia

Selected videos of past symposia are available. You may need to download Microsoft Silverlight to your computer in order to play them. Download Silverlight.

  • Sessions from 2017 and 2013 VTE Symposia