We are pleased to announce the 4th International conference on transplantation at University of Warwick. The goal of this conference is to bring together researchers, clinicians and scientists working in transplantation to look at various aspects of clinical transplantation, and in particular antibodies, complement pathways and predictive modelling of outcomes following high risk transplantation. The objective would be to share and learn novel pathways, diagnostics and prognostic modelling to improve outcomes following transplantation. There would be lectures, abstract presentations and workshops in each session. The conference will foster networking amongst teams and collaborative work in research and clinical management.
Date for your diary…… 25-26th November 2016 at University of Warwick, Coventry UK
Abstract submissions are invited in the categories stated below and email 200 words / one figure/table abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Predictive modelling and machine learning to improve risk stratification, HLA Epitope analysis and characterisation of antibodies, Regulatory T-cell and transplantation, Clinical cases and clinical Trials, Recurrent disease post-transplantation, De-listing HLA-specificities – an art or science, Machine perfusion, Cardiovascular assessment and transplantation outcome
We will send you the detailed programme shortly.
Looking forward to meet you all
Conference organising committee,
Prof David Briggs, Dr Dave Lowe, Dr Neil Evans, Dr Natasha Khovanova
Prof Nithya Krishnan, Dr Sunil Daga & Dr Dan Mitchell