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What we are planning

ESOT 2015 will be again a fully paperless congress; printed matters will be fully replaced by a multifeature App, to maximize participant’s engagement and connectivity. But there is more to it than that!

The Scientific Program Committee is made up of a blend of ESOT leaders, internationally established experts and young and talented transplant physicians, surgeons and scientists, all active in the various fields of transplantation. What are we planning for Brussels 2015? We want to set up a congress that reflects the “global” dimension that transplantation has acquired over the years. Indeed, today transplantation ranges from cells, to isolated organs, multi-organs and even composite tissue allograft transplantation. It is performed on all continents, requires the collaboration of a high number of distinct specialist areas, and is still the focus of burgeoning clinical and basic research.

Explore some of the feedbacks we received at our ESOT 2013 Congress in Vienna:  

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2014 European Donation Congress