ISN Supported Conferences

1st International Course on Kidney Transplantation: Prevention of graft rejection
Vicenza, Italy
November 11 – 12, 2004

ISN Supported Conferences

1st International Course on Kidney Transplantation: Prevention of graft rejection

Vicenza, Italy

November 11 – 12, 2004

Contact:

Dr. Anna Saccardo, STUDIO SACCARDO,

Secretariat of the 3rd International Course on Critical Care Nephrology

Via Bertesina, 394, 36100 – Vicenza – Italy ,

E-mail to:

[email protected]

Tel/fax +39 444 993949

Download here the Final Program in PDF

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Download here the Registration form in PDF

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Download here the General Information in PDF.

The Dipartimento Interaziendale di Medicina Renale and the International Society of Nephrology are proud to announce the

1st International Course on Kidney Transplantation Prevention of graft rejection,

to be held at the Congress Center Hotel Tiepolo between the 11th and 12th of November 2004 in Vicenza, Italy .

The Course is intended to be an appraisal of the subject for clinicians and investigators who are interested in a deeper understanding of the molecular as well a physiological bases of graft rejection.

The Faculty includes the

most important experts in the field,

with an outstanding experience in research and clinical practice.

The Course has been designed to provide a comprehensive review of the most important issues related to the immunological pathways of acute and chronic graft rejection after renal transplantation which we believe are among the most challenging issues in clinical practice.

We will also be reviewing new insights on pathophysiological mechanisms,possible therapeutical interventions that are emerging with increased possibility of improved short and long term outcome, and all different types of strategies which can be implemented to prevent them, such as acute and chronic rejection.

The audience of the course will hopefully be multidisciplinary, including physicians from different disciplines such as nephrology, surgery, immunology and intensive care.

We expect the Vicenza Course on Kidney Transplantation to become an important event for scientific exchange and for improved knowledge in the field of Transplantation.

The tradition of the courses held in Vicenza on other disciplines represent a background and a warranty for high quality and outstanding scientific content.

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