The Japanese Society of Hematology

Japanese Society of Hematology
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About JSH

Update: May 10, 2021

The Japanese Society of Hematology was founded in 1937. The Society takes pride in being the second oldest hematological society in the world, next to the French Society of Hematology. The Society was approved as an incorporated association in 1990 by the Ministry of Education of Japan, with an official English language journal; International Journal of Hematology.

History

Founded in 1937
Approved by the Ministry of Education in June 1st of 1990 as an incorporated association

President

Itaru Matsumura (Professor, Kindai University)

Congress President, 2021

Hideo Harigae (Professor, Tohoku University)

Number of members

7,654

Location

Kyoto City Subway, Karasuma Line, Tozai Line,
"Karasuma Oike Station"
Approx. 3 minute walk from 2nd exit

 

 

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