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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FOR LATE BREAKING CLOSES June 15, 2015

 
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Biomarkers raise the hope of personalized treatment of transplant recipients. How far we have come in developing applicable biomarkers and how far we still need to go to translate them into clinical routine?
 

Our Session ‘Markers and makers of success and failure’ features four speakers who will cover all state of the art in this field.

Thomas Wekerle, member of our Scientific Program Committee, invites you to join on Tuesday, 15 September 2015 at 9:10 – 10:40

 
SPEAKERS        
  Dan Salomon Rainer Oberbauer   Hans-Dieter Volk   Thorsten Vetter  
 

         
  Tuesday, 15 September 2015 09:10 – 10:40
     
09.10 Personalized medicine and precision medicine in solid organ transplantation
Dan Salomon, San Diego, United States
     
09.30 Drinking from the fire hose – a critical appraisal of biomarkers in transplantation
Rainer Oberbauer, Vienna, Austria
     
09.50 Facing the hurdles to clinical implementation of novel biomarkers
Hans-Dieter Volk, Berlin, Germany
 
     
10.10 Biomarker implementation in clinical practice: the regulatory agency's perspective
Thorsten Vetter, EMA London, United Kingdom
     
10.30 Q&A  
     
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