ESOT is delighted to announce the appointment of Prof. Thierry Berney as the new Editor-in-Chief for Transplant International. Prof. Berney is a Past President of ESOT, an Associate Editor of TI and a full professor at the Department of Surgery of the University of Geneva School of Medicine. He will lead the new editorial team
Happening on 15|09|2020 see here the programme: Dale Gardiner, United Kingdom Should we abandon the term brain death? Dr. Emma K. Massey, Netherlands Overcoming the Challenge of Finding a Living Donor Frank JMF Dor, United Kingdom Extremes in living organ donation David M. Shaw, Switzerland Organ recycling: is this the future? #VirtualTTS #TTS2020
The European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation (EODD) takes place to raise awareness on the importance of organ, tissue and cell donation as a way to improve and save lives. The EDQM, Council of Europe, organises this event in a different country every year and, more generally, sets quality, safety and ethical standards for
We are pleased to announce the ESOT Grants Programme for 2021! The application deadline is October 15th 2020.
Building on past work with transplant patient organisations throughout Europe to foster cooperation between healthcare professionals and patients and to broaden patient participation in its own activities, ESOT is pleased to announce the launch of the Patient Inclusion Initiative. During the ESOT 2019 congress, ESOT hosted a meeting of 19 transplant patient organisations from 13
Currently, outcome of kidney transplantation is generally good on the short term, and large numbers of patients benefit from the achievements and improvements of the past 70 years. However, two main issues hamper the success of human-to-human kidney transplantation as treatment of kidney failure: – Scarcity of human organs – Donor-recipient incompatibility During this webinar,