15/03/18 - 16/03/18
Combined NTV & BTS Annual Meeting 2018
10ème Journée de Partenariat - Don d'organes et Transplantation au quotidien
Transplantation et don d'organe autour de la naissance
This symposium adresses the very ethical topic of organ donation from children and neonates. The lectures are given by a wide panel of national and international experts such as Dr.M. Daune and Mrs. A. Joosten (Lodelinsart, Belgium), Prof. E. Sokal (Brussels, Belgium), Prof.W. Verpoest (Brussels, Belgium), Prof. J. Brierley (London, UK), M. N. Broeckx (Antwerpen, Belgium), Prof. KL Schwering (Paris, France) and Dr. N. Wanegaar (Utrecht, The Nederlands). The session are in English and French, simultaneously translated. For further information contact + 32 71 92 13 23.Read more
18th Congress of the European Society for Organ Transplantation
We would like to invite you to a new level of medical meetings in transplantation at the BigBangBarcelona conference. Transplantation has emerged from the decades of an early experimental procedure to an established first line therapy for organ failure. While mechanistic devices or fully artificial organs may be available in many decades from now, the fate of the patients suffering from organ failure today and in the next years, will depend on the progress we will achieve with transplantation. The discrepancy between the high demand and the shortage in organs available remains a challenge. Amongst the many obstacles highlighted at the congress, progress in transplantation with organs from living donors but also advancements in normothermic perfusion and other seminal technologies will be addressed. Novel drugs, protocols for immunomod- ulation and tolerance but also surrogate endpoints for clinical trials in order to enhance the drug develop- ment remain critically important topics in the field.Read more
Eurotransplant 50th Anniversary Jubilee Congress
Guide to the quality and safety of organs for transplantation.
6th edition published by the European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines & Healthcare
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The BTS is a non-profit organization. The BTS thanks the industry for its support, which allows to organize its scientific meetings and to be able to support research in transplantation..
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