1st IPIG Conference: Recent Advances in Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria; Hemolysis, Bone Marrow Failure & Thrombosis
Thursday 18th & Friday 19th May 2023 | In-Person Event Only
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Welcome to the first ever International PNH Interest Group (IPIG) International Conference (in-person event only) to convene Thursday through Friday, 18-19 May 2023, at The Crown Hotel in Harrogate, UK. The IPIG Board of Directors and Conference Program Committee are finalizing a compelling agenda and look forward to spirited discussions and meaningful dialogue at this conference.
Topics included in the two-day conference are as follows:
Pathophysiology of PNH, focusing on biologic aspects of the GPI-defect in PNH and on the mechanism expansion of PNH hematopoiesis, as well as on complement biology
Current thoughts on the treatment of PNH, including anti-complement therapies for hemolytic/thrombotic PNH, immunosuppressive treatment for bone marrow failure, as well as bone marrow transplantation
Hot Topics in PNH (defining response and endpoints, breakthrough hemolysis: terminal vs proximal inhibitors, proximal inhibitors: monotherapy vs combination treatment)
A special session entirely dedicated to recent data coming from clinical trial investigating complement inhibitors in PNH.
World-wide impact of PNH, focusing on geographic area-specific unmet clinical needs
Ongoing collaborative projects of IPIG: the IPIG PNH International Registry
We hope to see you in May in Harrogate!
Antonio Risitano, MD, PhD
Meet the Faculty
Don’t Miss Out
1. 1st Conference
1st in-person international IPIG conference over 2 days with world renown faculty.
3. Exhibition Hall
Exhibition Hall supported by our sponsors.
2. Abstracts and Posters
Abstract submissions will be invited for poster presentations during the conference. Further details will be available soon.
4. Network Opportunity
Take this conference opportunity to build some global connections with other delegates interested in treating and managing PNH.