Introduction to Hematology
Introduction to Hematology

Introduction to Hematology

by Paul Moss, PhD
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Full Introduction to Hematology


This course will introduce you to the medical field of Hematology. Paul Moss is Professor of Hematology at the University of Birmingham and specializes in Cancer Cell Biology, Clinical Trials and Tumour Immunology which allows him to also add practical experience to his lectures. Furthermore, he is the author of one of the most popular Hematology text books in the world.

This course is divided into a Basics and an Advanced part and is structured as follows:
  • Blood and its formation 
  • Diseases of the blood system 
  • Bleeding disorders Therapy

Course Details

  • Videos 32
  • Duration 5:07 h
  • Quiz questions 219
  • Articles 23

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Your Educators of course Introduction to Hematology

 Paul Moss, PhD

Paul Moss, PhD

Prof. Paul Moss is Professor of Haematology and Head of the School of Cancer Sciences at the University of Birmingham. He studied Medical Sciences at the University of Cambridge and later on was a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists.
Professor Moss makes substantial contributions to teaching at many levels, both within the University of Birmingham and beyond.
His research is primarily focused on Cancer Cell Biology, Clinical Trials and Tumour Immunology.


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fantastic lecture
By Dael S. on 01. July 2018 for Acute Leukaemia – Leukemia

Very clear concise and professional. I like this brand of teaching.

 
Thanks
By Rose W. on 25. March 2018 for Other Types – Lymphoma

I think he explains the topic in a very detailed and helpful way.

 
Perfect
By Vivi R. on 05. March 2018 for Blood Structure – Blood Formation

Hi. This is a great idea for prelecture for medstudents. Thank you.

 
Good for USMLE, for life, want a bit more
By Leesa P. on 03. March 2018 for Hematology: Advanced

It has the basic information taught in school. And it's focused on what's necessary for the USMLE. I suppose I wish there were more in-depth information for many of the diseases, or very recent advancements. However, this would be out of focus of the purpose of Lecturio

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