Cees Smit SibingaUniversity of Groningen, Netherlands F1000 Faculty Member (since 20 January 2006)
BIOGRAPHYCees Th. Smit Sibinga, MD
- Professor of International Development of Transfusion Medicine at the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Groningen
- Dr. Smit Sibinga was the founder and first Director of the Academic Institute for International Development of Transfusion Medicine (IDTM)
- Dr Smit Sibinga was medical director of the Regional Blood Bank Noord Nederland (1976-2001) which he created and extended into a well respected international centre of excellence. The centre was assigned the status of WHO Collaborating Centre for Blood Transfusion (1993), WFH International Hemophilia Training Centre (1993) and ICBS Collaborating Centre (2001) and hosted numerous international fellows for training.
He is a long term transfusion medicine expert member of the WHO Expert Committee of Blood Transfusion and is currently the acting Director of ID Consulting for International Development of Transfusion Medicine (www.idconsulting.info) and involved numerous international transfusion medicine development projects and programs.
All industry positions (in last five years):
- Dr. Smit Sibinga was the founder and first Director of the Sanquin Consulting Services (SCS) and vice-president/director of the AABB Consulting Services Division.
Research interests: hematology, blood coagulation, transfusion medicine and quality management
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Dr Smit Sibinga became a Fellow of Transfusion Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (1992) and Royal College of Pathologists London (1995). He has been the initiator and organizer of 28 consecutive and internationally reputed and respected Symposia on Blood Transfusion in Groningen. He published over 300 peer reviewed articles and book chapters on hemostasis and transfusion medicine and edited over 30 books in his field.
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