C-Path’s Transplant Therapeutics Consortium Receives EMA Qualification Opinion for iBox Scoring System
The iBox Scoring System is available for use in kidney transplant clinical trials as a novel secondary endpoint prognostic for allograft loss.
Luciano Potena confirms ESOT’s commitment to making a lasting improvement to patient outcomes, by breaking down silos and engaging with policymakers and stakeholders, and also informing them on the issues at stake.
Congratulations to our ESOT Grant Programme 2023 recipients, who were announced at our Council meeting this month. Our Grant Programme aims to promote the education and career development of European transplant professionals. By visiting European transplant centres and participating in ESOT education programmes, participants are provided with state-of-the-art opportunities for scientific exchange and collaboration. Applications
Professor Sir Peter Morris, one of the most universally acclaimed transplant surgeons of his generation, died at the age of 88 years on October 29th 2022. Peter Morris was born in Australia and qualified in Medicine (having switched from Engineering) at Melbourne University in 1957. His surgical training included a junior post at the Hammersmith
Our suite of tools is expanding 🙂 Today we are proud to share the new planner to make it easier for you to save the dates and get organised for your following appointments with us. Explore the calendar of events in 2023! Download it now You can view the single events here #PoweredByESOT
We mourn Sir Peter Morris’ passing. He was an inspiration and support to many of us.
Our new policy report, ‘Tackling Inequalities in Organ Transplantation: A Pathway Forward’ sets out 5 five core actions that European stakeholders and ESOT must take to tackle disparities across Europe.
ESOT is strongly committed to principles of equity, diversity and inclusion and strives to promote such values through its education programme. Members of traditionally underrepresented and marginalized groups are particularly encouraged to apply both as mentors and as mentees.
We are delighted to announce the ESOT Grants Programme for 2023!
All grants recipients are required to be ESOT members in good standing with up-to-date fee payments.
Applications will open from 31 August 2022 and close on 31 October 2022.
• “This guide provides practical & technical guidance to ensure quality, safety & ethics in the practice of organ donation & transplantation”