Introducing the Florida Hospital Center for Thrombosis Research
 
Welcome to the Florida Hospital Center for Thrombosis Research. Originally formed in 1994, this unique facility combines advanced clinical testing services with cutting edge basic and clinical research in the areas of hemostasis and thrombosis. Our web site is designed to be a source of information for health care professionals, patients and their families.

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Our Mission
Our Mission
To provide high quality clinical laboratory testing for the patients and physicians of Florida Hospital and beyond; and to undertake research that is clinically focused, ethically appropriate and fiscally responsible.
Our Expertise
Our Expertise
The scientists and technologists of the Center for Thrombosis Research have many years experience in the area of blood coagulation. Our Clinical Laboratory can provide esoteric diagnostic testing, core laboratory services and timely evaluations of instrumentation and reagent systems.
Our Projects
Our Projects
Our scientists are working on multiple projects in the field of hemostasis and thrombosis. In the area of cancer research, we have broad interests in the relationship of blood coagulation to cancer growth and spread, and understanding why cancer patients are more at risk of thrombosis.
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Latest News
10-02-13 New paper published

Researchers at the Florida Hospital Center for Thrombosis Research have published a paper entitled "Assessment of Protein C Anticoagulant Pathway by Thrombin Generation Assay in the Presence of Endothelial Cells" in the Journal of Thrombosis & Haemostasis. The authors are: Enriquita Coll, Liza Robles-Carrillo, Ed Reyes, John Francis and Ali Amirkhosravi.

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10-01-13 We have moved!

With effect from September 23rd, the Florida Hospital Center for Thrombosis Research has a new home. Both clinical and research components of the Center are now located at 2566 Lee Road, Winter Park, FL 32789.

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03-05-13 New study on coagulation changes in ovarian cancer published

FHCTR scientists have published their latest study on coagulation changes in patients with ovarian cancer. The new study, published in Blood Coagulation & Fibrinolysis, showed that Thromboelastography, a global test of coagulation function, and measurement of D-Dimer, may be helpful in distinguishing ovarian cancers from benign pelvic tumors. The work was conducted in collaboration with the Gynecology Oncology Department at the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute.

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Florida Hospital Center for Thrombosis Research
2566 Lee Road
Winter Park, FL 32789

Phone: (407) 303-2440 (main office)
Phone: (407) 303-2449 (clinical lab)
Fax: (407) 303-2441

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