The aim of the Research Topic “Women in Thrombosis” was to promote the work of scientists, that identify as women, in the field of thrombosis. Despite the great advancement in medicine and technology, ischemic heart disease and stroke, the two most prominent features of an arterial thrombosis, remain the top causes of death worldwide. Venous thromboembolism (VTE), remains the third leading cardiovascular cause of global health burden contributing to mortality, morbidity, and health economic consequences (1). The relevance of VTE has become ever more evident with constantly increasing incidence of cancer and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic...
CSW is supported by the British Heart Foundation (PG/20/17/35050).