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Venous Thrombosis during Spaceflight – Insights and Future Directions
February 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
In 2019, the first ever documented case of an active venous thrombosis was identified in a female astronaut during spaceflight in a mission on the International Space Station (ISS). The patient did not have any symptoms, and the thrombosis was accidentally discovered during a routine ultrasound examination. In order to treat this condition, NASA reached out to UNC physician, Dr. Stephan Moll, to assist with prescribing a therapeutic regimen for this patient. We are proud to be hosting Dr. Stephan Moll on Thursday, February 23rd at 7pm in Kerr 1001 to present this patient case, provide insights, and discuss future directions and research for aerospace medicine.
Please direct questions to Tom Diaz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
*Note: this event does not count for IPEP DS credit.*