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The Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) on Hemostasis is a unique forum for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present and exchange new data and cutting edge ideas. The GRS is a small group setting that fosters open discussion about innovative research through formal presentation and social interaction. This forum promotes the exchange of ideas and facilitates the development of collaborations within the research community. The Hemostasis GRS will cover topics related to hemostasis and thrombosis, including the role of platelets and other cells in hemostasis, the function of blood proteins in clotting, and crosstalk between coagulation and human disease. The GRS will also focus on professional development and feature a keynote address from an established mentor as well as a career panel session during which scientists from various career stages and paths will share experiences and answer career-focused questions from the trainees. The Hemostasis GRS will be held in conjunction with the Gordon Research Conference on Hemostasis, and we encourage applicants to submit abstracts to both meetings.