Please note: AABB reserves the right to make updates to this program.
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
2:00 – 3:00 PM (ET) 7:00 – 8:00 PM (GMT)
Master Program Number: 19EL-480 (see program format numbers below under Registration)
Educational Track: Technical/Clinical
Topic: Transfusion Medicine
Intended Audience: Facilities that perform molecular testing, Hospitals, Hospital Blood Banks, Immunohematology Reference Labs (IRL’s), Laboratory Staff, Managers/Supervisors, Medical Directors, Nurses, Physicians, Research Scientists, Resident/Fellow, Scientists, Students (MD, MT, SBB), Technologists, Transfusion Safety Officers
Teaching Level: Intermediate
Director/Moderator: Michael Passwater, MT(ASCP)SBB,DLM, Pathology Section Manager, Vidant Medical Center, Greenville, NC
Speaker: Sean Stowell, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
After participating in this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Explain mechanisms associated with alloimmunization to blood products.
- List risk factors for RBC alloimmunization.
- Describe strategies used to prevent alloimmunization in transfusion recipients.
Dr. Stowell will provide an update on current understandings of mechanisms for alloimmunization to transfusion. Host and blood product risk factors will be discussed, along with strategies to minimize the risk of alloimmunization.
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Continuing Education Credit
AABB estimates both the live and on-demand version of this eCast each to be eligible for 1 continuing education credits/contact hours for Physicians, California Nurse, California Lab Personnel, Florida Lab Personnel and General Participation credit. The final number of credit(s) and credit types awarded for this program (live or on-demand) will be determined by the program duration. For more information on each credit type please visit our
Continuing Education Credits webpage.
Dr. Stowell received his PhD and MD degrees at Emory University, where he is now an assistant professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine in the divisions of Clinical Pathology and Experimental Pathology. Dr. Stowell oversees the clinical apheresis unit at Emory University Hospital and runs a highly productive research laboratory. He has authored 70 peer-reviewed manuscripts in his short career. Dr. Stowell’s research seeks to integrate glycobiology, immunology, microbiology and transfusion medicine to answer fundamental questions that reside at the key interface of these disciplines to positively impact the fields of transfusion medicine, autoimmunity, and infectious diseases.