29 Nov - 2 Dec '20

International Transplantation Science (ITS) Meeting 2020

The ITS2020 meeting is intended to provide in-depth, cutting-edge talks from leading experts addressing challenges that arise from connecting basic fundamental to

International Transplantation Science (ITS) Meeting 2020

Interantional Transplantation Science

Primary Topics:
Basic science
Start Date:
Sunday, 29th November, 2020 at 9:00am
End Date:
Wednesday, 2nd December, 2020 at 2:00pm
Important Dates:
Abstracts

Abstract submission opening June 1, 2020

Abstract submission closing September 1, 2020
Scientific programme

November 29 – December 2, 2020
Country: Germany
Description & Objectives:

The ITS2020 meeting is intended to provide in-depth, cutting-edge talks from leading experts addressing challenges that arise from connecting basic fundamental to translational science in transplantation. We will dedicate sessions to discussions on pathologic antibodies in transplantation, mechanisms of tolerance, and both new trends in transplant therapeutics and organ regeneration that hold diagnostic and therapeutic promise. Moreover, we include selected topics ranging from innate immunity to metabolomics in transplantation. Our educational pre-meeting will focus on the breakthrough and challenges in Single Cell Multimodal Omics.

This meeting will not only serve as an international platform for scientific discussions on the latest ground-breaking discoveries in the field, but will also provide an excellent opportunity to present your own work to the scientific community. We hope this will allow for the exchange of new ideas and establishment of collaborative work between advanced transplant experts, young professionals and early stage researchers.

Being one of the most visited metropolises in Europe, Berlin welcomes you with its cosmopolitan vibes, offering the best national and international travel connections, numerous modern hotels, some truly special venues and an enormously rich cultural program. Located at the heart of Europe it represents a connection between East and West being far more than just a meeting place for science!

Target Group:

The target audience for this meeting is basic and translational scientists studying transplantation, as well as medical, surgical, and PhD trainees with an interest in basic and translational science research in the transplant field.