We are thrilled to announce that TransplantToux is embarking on an exciting journey to Athens, Greece, to attend the renowned ESOT Congress. In a unique endeavour, they will be cycling their way to Athens, showcasing their commitment to the field of transplantation and raising awareness for organ donation. TransplantToux is a passionate group of individuals
This accreditation reflects the exceptional educational value & rigorous scientific content the #ESOTcongress promises to deliver. Join us in Athens or online for a transformative event that promises to leave a lasting impact on the medical community.
Don’t miss the opportunity to join renowned experts in the field as they delve into the implications of xenotransplantation including inequity of access, ethical dilemmas, societal consequences and religious connotations…
Join us on 19 September at 20:00 EEST at this unmissible congress session.
Today is the DAY!
Let your research pave the way for better outcomes and improved patient care.
The #ESOTcongress abstract submission platform will close on 26 July at 23:59 CEST
Thank you for your dedication to advancing the field – we are immensely proud to have you as part of the ESOT community!
The congress will have something for everyone, or at least we hope so! Beyond the state-of-the-art science, the disruptive innovation and the trusted clinical care side of the meeting, we have the opportunity to connect, interact, hug old friends and make new ones.
“Personalised medicine has become essential in practically every field of healthcare, but tailored medicine is extremely vital when it comes to organ transplantation.” Maarten Naesens, Clinical Director of the Nephrology and Renal Transplantation Unit of the University Hospitals Leuven, EKITA board member and ESOT Congress SPC member, speaks about the personalised considerations that must be
“What has been achieved in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine?” Tissue engineering and organ regeneration expert, Ekaterine Berishvili, discusses the progress, opportunities and challenges of regeneration and repair in organ transplantation.
We look forward to deep-diving into your research at the congress and building a brighter future for transplant patients, together.
After receiving a number of requests for extra time to submit abstracts, we’re happy to announce that we’ve extended the deadline for abstract submissions for the ESOT Congress in Athens. The extended deadline is now Saturday, 11 February (23:59 CET). This means you still have time to submit your abstract and are still eligible to