Media Library

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Main Topics

  • Arteriosclerosis and Inflammation
  • Cancer and Thrombosis
  • Fibrinolysis
  • Gene and cell therapy
  • Haemophilia
  • Haemostasis in Women
  • Complex haemostatic disorders and alterations of coagulation
  • Laboratory issues
  • Pathological Mechanisms of Thrombosis
  • Patient related outcome and quality of life
  • Platelets Bleeding Disorders
  • Platelets Physiology
  • Perinatal and Paediatric Haemostasis
  • Perioperative Haemostasis
  • Rare Bleeding Disorders
  • Treatment with blood components and plasma concentrates
  • Vascular wall biology and disorders
  • Von-Willebrand-Syndrome

Dear colleagues, dear friends of haemostaseology,

It is our sincere pleasure to invite you on behalf of the GTH to the scientific meeting in Frankfurt am Main from February 21st to 24th, 2023.

After 25 years, our annual meeting will once again take place in the Rhine-Main metropolis, located in the green heart of Germany, in one of the largest and most modern trade fairs in Europe, the Messe Frankfurt. The hotels and the diverse, culturally interesting venues of the varied supporting programme are mostly within walking distance.

There has been a groundbreaking increase in knowledge in haemostaseology in recent years, both preclinically in basic research and clinically with the development of innovative treatment strategies.


This year’s GTH programme is dedicated to the theme “New concepts for a lifetime challenge”. In numerous and thematically wide-ranging lectures, symposia and discussions, top-level speakers will present relevant information and the latest findings in the field of thrombosis and haemostasis research. There will also be active and interactive sessions, ‘for and against’ debates, and topic-specific workshops.  


Frankfurt has a long tradition as an important city – in the Middle Ages, German emperors were crowned here. Today, Frankfurt is Germany’s most important business metropolis. We are pleased to invite you to Frankfurt for GTH 2023. Not only will you benefit from a first-class congress infrastructure, but you will also find yourself on ground steeped in history with a diverse range of cultural and epicurean opportunities to explore. 


Registration for GTH 2023 is CLOSED, thank you for joinung us in Frankfurt!

Registration fees for the 67th Annual Meeting of the GTH allow participants access to all scientific presentations and discussions, all sessions, the industrial exhibition and the poster exhibition. Registration fees are charged in Euros and include all taxes.

Reasons to Attend GTH 2023

Latest knowledge

Get the latest knowledge in the field of haemostasis and thrombosis to bridge the gap between preclinical and clinical research and the daily treatment of patients.

Thought leaders

Engage with thought leaders in the most talked-about areas of haemostasis and thrombosis. Gain valuable insights from interactive and practical sessions and case studies.

Valuable Insights

Gain valuable insights from interactive and practical sessions and case studies.

Challenges ahead

Prepare for the advances in haemostasis and thrombosis and challenges ahead.

New Developments

Learn about new developments of innovative treatment options from around the world.

Worthwhile Interactions

Spend four days interacting with your peers – a constructive, profitable experience.


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