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It’s time to prepare your abstract submission for #ESOTcongress

The ESOT Congress serves as a premier platform for researchers from across the globe to present their organ transplantation research, the abstract submission is open, with the following key submission deadlines: Abstract submission: 22 February 2021 Late-breaking abstract submission period: 10-25 May 2021 (preliminary research must be provided by 22 February 2021) Find out more by reading our abstract and clinical

ESOT Leonardo Da Vinci Transplant Research Innovation Award

This is the most prestigious scientific award at the ESOT Congress, stimulating an unprecedented and innovative approach to research. There are two winners of this award; one for ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????? and one for ???????????????????? ???????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????. Prior to the congress, eight outstanding contributions are selected from all of the scientific abstracts submitted to the

TLJ2.0 Registration information

The registration fee for the TLJ 2.0 online experience covers full participation in the online scientific sessions for the dates of 15-16-17 November. The following fees apply for this event: ESOT Member – 69.00 EUR Non-Member – 100.00 EUR Individual transplanted patient, patients society representative or patients society member – 30 EUR All preparatory activities for TLJ 2.0

Join our dedicated COVID-19 Open Forum

At this challenging time ESOT has created a dedicated online forum for transplant professionals to discuss experiences, offer recommendations and share resources linked to COVID-19. The forum is FREE of charge and open to all transplant professionals. Now, more than ever, we are #StrongerTogether.   JOIN THE COVID-19 DISCUSSION ESOT Transplant Live subscribers can access the forum using their

Cardiothoracic transplantation in complex paediatric recipients

WEBINAR in collaboration with IPTA Keynote speaker: Anne Dipchand, Professor of paediatrics, University of Toronto, Canada Chairs:  Maria Irene Bellini, Renal Transplant Surgeon, Belfast City Hospital, UK Nicos Kessaris, Renal Unit, Guy’s Hospital, London, UK Key topics:  • HLA antibodies and sensitization • Challenging cardiac anatomical considerations • Univentricular hearts and when to transplant • Waitlist

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