Professor Inga Marie Nilsson (1923-99) was a pioneer in the field of bleeding and thrombo-embolic disorders and made several major scientific contributions during her career. To honour her memory, colleagues from all over the world were invited to cover several aspects of haemostasis by giving state-of-the-art lectures at an international symposium in Malmö on September 22-23, 2000, chaired by Professors Lou Aledort and Erik Berntorp. Colleagues of Professor Nilsson in Malmö gave a short introduction to each topic. A short review of the meeting will be presented.
|Status||Published - 2001 jan. 1|