LYMPHOMA CONNECT has summarised the highlights from ASH 2018 for you. An Update on Prognostic Factors in Indolent Lymphomas by Prof. Stefano Luminari, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. Abstract 393 – Luminari et al

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Abstract 2873 – Freeman et al
Abstract 4095 – Silva et al
Abstract 396 – Pott et al

Prof Stefano Luminari is Hematologist, Associate professor of Medical Oncology at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, in Italy. He is head of the clinical research program for oncohematologic disorders at the Reggio Emilia research Hospital. His activity has been mainly focused on several aspects of clinical research in malignant lymphomas. In particular he is an expert in biomarkers and prognostic studies, in phase II and III clinical trials, and in population based studies. He is an active member of the Fondazione Italiana Linfomi with a leading role in the Indolent lymphoma committee and with a role as PI or co-investigator in several clinical trials mainly focused on follicular lymphomas, Hodgkin lymphomas, aggressive lymphomas (mainly elderly patients) and in the use of PET in lymphomas. He has authored more than 130 peer reviewed manuscripts. Of note, his contribution in the study of FDG-PET in Follicular Lymphoma in the staging (Luminari et al Ann Oncol 2013) and restaging assessment after induction therapy (Luminari et al. Ann Oncol 2014, Trotman J et al. Lancet Hematol 2014) and in the integration of PET with minimal residual disease in the phase of response assessment (Luminari Haematologia 2015). He is active in communicating research data and opinions through social networks (twitter account @stefanoluminari)
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