Special Interest Groups
Communicate, Educate, Advocate
ASBMT's members-only special interest groups (SIGs) provide an exclusive opportunity to get more deeply involved and actively engaged in your area of expertise by communicating with peers, learning best practices, educating the broader BMT community and advocating on issues of concern. Whether you're already a member of a SIG or interested in joining one, log in to access a SIG page and learn:
- What the SIG does, and why you should join
- How to become a member
- How to become more involved if you're already a member
- How to access additional resources in your area of expertise
Administrative Directors SIG
Share best practices, learn from previous presentations, join the exclusive Listserv to connect with peers, and make recommendations on national issues related to BMT program administration.
Cord Blood SIG
Promote the use of cord blood for transplantation, support the development of CB-derived cellular therapies and regenerative medicine applications, and advocate for CB banking and research.
HCT Value and Health Economics SIG
The Special Interest Group (SIG) for hematopoietic cell transplant (HCT) value and health economics provides a national and international forum for the exchange of ideas, educational initiatives, research agenda setting, conducting collaborative research and dissemination on health economics and the value of HCT (e.g., costs and utilization of care, cost-effectiveness and – benefit analyses, patient-centered components of value and other health economic topics).
Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant SIG
Exchange ideas and information, promote the role of NPs and PAs in the field, give NPs and PAs a bigger voice in ASBMT, and get help with education, jobs and networking.
Support educational and research efforts related to pediatric HCT, discuss issues and exchange ideas, and help coordinate Pediatric Day during the BMT Tandem Meetings.
Build your network, connect with peers on the exclusive Listserv and Google Groups forum, get the Pharmacy SIG newsletter, learn about research grants, and access educational and career resources.
Transplant Infectious Diseases SIG
Increase your visibility within ASBMT, foster research, and promote collaboration among physicians, nurses and pharmacists who have an interest in infectious diseases and HCT.
Transplant Nursing SIG
Learn, network, join the exclusive Listserv to discuss issues and exchange ideas with your peers, and help plan and organize the transplant nursing sessions at the BMT Tandem Meetings.