September 07, 2021
Whether we are connecting from across the street or across the planet, social media has transformed the way we learn and share information. For members of the AABB community, Twitter has become an invaluable tool to share knowledge, discuss key topics and learn from one another to advance transfusion medicine and biotherapies.
Although we will not be meeting in person for the 2021 AABB Annual Meeting, our community will be powerfully connected online through a robust meeting platform and AABB’s social media channels. On Twitter, a group of 10 champions will share their views and updates about #AABB21.
We encourage you to log on, follow the 2021 Twitter champions, and share your perspectives before and during the 2021 AABB Annual Meeting using the #AABB21 hashtag.
Meet the 2021 Twitter champions:
@NourAlmozain – Nour Al-Mozain, MD, Hematopathologist & Transfusion Medicine Physician, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre; Transfusion Medicine Fellow at University College of London Hospitals.
@ThatLabChick – Dana Baker, MBA, MS, MLS (ASCP)CM, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, The University of Kansas Medical Center.
@bloodbankguy – Joe Chaffin, MD, Transfusion Medicine Educator, Loma Linda University; founder and editor, BBGuy.org.
@HermelinMD – Daniela Hermelin, MD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
@KreuterMD – Justin Kreuter, MD, Consultant, Transfusion Medicine, Program Director, Transfusion Medicine Fellowship, Associate Medical Director, Histocompatibility Laboratory, Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology, Mayo Clinic.
@MariselaSBB – Marisela G. Marchán MSTM, MT(ASCP)SBBcm, Supervisor, Hemostasis and Platelet & Neutrophil Immunology Laboratory, Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin.
@medlabmaria – Maria Roussakis, MLT, MSc, Medical Laboratory Technologist, Platelet Immunology Laboratory, McMaster University.
@TeamCaptainJohn – John Sherbeck, MD, Pathologist, Section Head Transfusion Service, IHA Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
@AShmooklerMD – Aaron Shmookler, MD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Department of Pathology, Anatomy and Laboratory Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine; Medical Director of Transfusion Services, WVU Medicine.
@rodrigofsosaok – Rodrigo Sosa, Técnico en Hemoterapia e Inmunohematología, La Matanza, Buenos Aires, Argentina
We hope that you will be able to join us for #AABB21! Follow @AABB to connect with your peers on Twitter.