The Korean Society of Hematology (KSH) was established in 1958 for the development of research for blood and hematopoietic and related physiological and pathological phenomena. Now there are 1,500 members including physicians, scientists, nurses and pharmacists.
To lead the improvements in clinics and research for hematologic diseases, thereby contributing to medical advancement
To become a congress of global eminence
The Korean Society of Hematology held conferences in the spring and autumn up until last year. From this year, the KSH will hold annual international conference in the spring. About 850 members participate in this conference.
The aspects of comparative research on leukemia and related diseases led, in 1960, the World Health Organization to inaugurate the International Association. With symposia taking place around the world every two years, the comparative aspects bring together physicians, veterinarians and scientists in basic research to promote research and to improve outcomes in leukemia and related diseases worldwide.