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New research charity Platelet Society

last modified Apr 17, 2018 12:22 PM
Pharmacology lecturer helps launch new research charity Platelet Society...

Dr Matthew Harper is a founding trustee and treasurer of The Platelet Society, which promotes excellence in research, education and public awareness of platelet biology in human health and disease.

One of the aims of the Platelet Society is to promote the public’s understanding of platelet related diseases. Given the broad range of potential diseases and disorders related to platelet biology, The Platelet Society develops and provides resources to help highlight what is currently known.

While these resources provide our current understanding of the diseases, many members of The Platelet Society are active research scientists whose work is focussed on understanding the biology of platelets, how they work normally and how they go wrong in disease.

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