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Thrombosis Journal

Reviewer acknowledgements 2016

The editors and staff of Thrombosis Journal would like to warmly thank the reviewers whose comments helped to shape the journal, for their invaluable assistance with review of manuscripts in Volume 14 (2016)

John Alexander, United States Minor Outlying Islands

Hidesaku Asakura, Japan

Cihan Ay, Austria

Marika Bajc, Sweden

Deepak Bansal, India

Claudette Bethune, United States

Marjolein Brekelmans, Netherlands

F Chen, China

Christina Christersson, Sweden

Giovanni Cimmino, Italy

Matteo Nicola Dario Di Minno, Italy

Jonathan Douxfils, Belgium

Bengt I Eriksson, Sweden

Satoshi Fujii, Japan

Hadi Goubran Messiha, Canada

Isabelle Gouin-Thibault, France

Job Harenberg, Germany

Teruto Hashiguchi, Japan

Lee Heng, Singapore

Yvonne Henskens, Netherlands

Masahiro Ieko, Japan

Takayuki Iwaki, Japan

David Jiménez, Spain

Takao Kobayashi, Japan

Stavros Konstantinides, Germany

Marcus Lance, Netherlands

Avi Leader, Israel

Tien Leng, Singapore

Seiji Madoiwa, Japan

Carina Meijer, Netherlands

Eriko Morishita, Japan

Mashio Nakamura, Japan

Rene Oerle Van, Netherlands

Kohji Okamoto, Japan

Basil Okeahialam, Nigeria

F Pellicia, Italy

G Pernod, France

Jens Posma, Netherlands

Jelle Posthuma, Netherlands

Cristina Santoro, Italy

Carlos Santos-gallego, United States

Sebastian Schellong, Germany

Sam Schulman, Canada

Henri Spronk, Netherlands

An Stroobants, Netherlands

Arina Ten Cate-Hoek, Netherlands

Sophie Testa, Italy

Yin Tong, China

H Tsuda, Japan

Naoki Unno, Japan

Renske van den Eerenbeemt – Olie, Netherlands

Paola van der Meijden, Netherlands

Muriel van Schilfgaarde, Netherlands

Peter Verhamme, Belgium

Minka Vries, Netherlands

Hideo Wada, Japan

Cornelis Wittens, Netherlands

Yi Wu, United States

Koji Yamamoto, Japan

Chikao Yasuda, Japan

Urooj Zafar, United States

Gustavo Zapata-Wainberg, Spain

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