Research and Treatment

Research & Treatment

Medical professionals working on gene therapy treatments
After decades of research, gene therapy for hemophilia is here—but questions remain.
Leonard Valentino, MD, National Hemophilia Foundation’s president and CEO
From academia to industry to advocacy, the National Hemophilia Foundation’s new president and CEO, Leonard Valentino, MD, has done it...
Telemedicine enhances patient care
Telemedicine can bridge the distance between doctor and patients.
Pushing the Boundaries of Treatment for Hemophilia A and B
Last September, scientists, doctors, advocates and people with hemophilia gathered in Washington, DC, for the National Hemophilia Foundation’s (NHF) 15th...
Illustration of researchers, regulators and community members involved in bleeding disorders research
In May 2018, more than 200 people representing scientific researchers, hemophilia patients, advocates, clinicians and the pharmaceutical industry gathered in...
Ang Li, MD, of the Bloodworks Northwest/Washington Center for Bleeding Disorders at the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle, is the 39th NHF-Shire clinical fellow.
Welcoming a new NHF-Shire clinical fellow.
NHF-Shire Clinical Fellows Hanny Al-Samkari, MD and Michael H. White, MD
NHF-Shire Clinical Fellowship Program award recipients are committed to bleeding disorders clinical care and research.
6 Key Questions to Ask Before Taking Part in a Clinical Trial
Advances in bleeding disorders care rely on research, but is taking part in a study right for you?
Hand with Gene
Assessing the My Life, Our Future Genotyping Project A recent article in the journal Haemophilia analyzed the My Life, Our...
Illustration of DNA strand
On February 23 and 24, an international group of researchers from universities, industry and government gathered in Washington, DC, for...
Researcher holding test tube of blood
These grants are part of NHF’s increased commitment to funding critical bleeding disorders research.
The Judith Graham Pool Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program Supports Hemophilia Research Breakthroughs of the Future
All of the funding for the JGP program comes from donations from NHF chapters and individuals.
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