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Day 1 (2018-06-30)

08:30
10:45
Post-Graduate Course: Joint session 1: Academic Survival Kit
N-104
100.1 Roadmap to the PGC
Medhat Askar, United States
Megan Levings, Canada
100.2 Transplant Educator
Medhat Askar, United States
100.3 Preparing an abstract and a manuscript
Jeremy R. Chapman, Australia
100.4 How to write a grant
Roslyn B. Mannon, United States
100.5 How to prepare and present slides
Marcelo Cantarovich, Canada
11:15
13:15
Post-Graduate Course: Basic Science: Innate Immune Response & Microbiome
N-103
101.1 Inflammatory triggers and receptors - DAMPs and PAMPs
Maria Koulmanda, United States
101.2 Inflammasome-mediated inflammation
Carmen Peralta, Spain
101.3 Alarmins and their receptors in control of the allo-immune response
Avery J Lam, Canada
101.4 Microbiome analysis
Jonathan S. Bromberg, United States
11:15
13:15
Post-Graduate Course: Clinical Science: The Transplant Fitting Room
N-104
102.1 Pre-transplant work-up
Shaifali Sandal, Canada
102.2 Histocompatibility testing (pre & post)
Peter W. Nickerson, Canada
102.3 Management of the highly sensitized patient
Robert A. Montgomery, United States
102.4 Ethical dilemmas in SOT
Dominique E. Martin, Australia
14:15
16:15
Post-Graduate Course: Basic Science: T Cells
N-103
103.2 CD4 effector T cells: Activation, costimulation, Th repertoire (including TFH cells), and (Finally) exhaustion!
Bernard Vanhove, France
103.4 Utilizing TCR & BCR-Seq to study antigen-specific immune responses
Megan Sykes, United States
103.1 Allorecognition by the adaptive immune system: Direct, indirect, and semidirect
Gavin Pettigrew, United Kingdom
14:15
16:15
Post-Graduate Course: Clinical Science: Dealing with the Aftermath
N-104
104.2 Transplant infectious diseases
Camille Kotton, United States
104.3 Transplant malignancies
Germaine Wong, Australia
104.4 Cardiovascular and metabolic complications
Gregory Alan Knoll, Canada
104.1 Donor derived infections
Jay Fishman, United States
16:45
18:45
Post-Graduate Course: Basic Science: B Cells and Innate Immune System
N-103
105.1 Update on B cell activation, memory and antibody secreting cells
Olivier Thaunat, France
105.2 Targeting B Cells and Ab-Producing Cells
Gavin Pettigrew, United Kingdom
105.3 Adaptive function of NK cells & macrophages
Jordi Ochando, Spain
105.4 Innate lymphoid cells
Estela Paz-Artal, Spain
16:45
18:45
Post-Graduate Course: Clinical Science: Precision Thinking
N-104
106.1 Systems biology
Valeria R. Mas, United States
106.2 Biomarkers of graft function & failure
Minnie M. Sarwal, United States
106.3 Immunosuppression
Teun Van Gelder, Netherlands
106.4 Pharmacogenomics & precision medicine
Teun Van Gelder, Netherlands

Day 2 (2018-07-01)

09:00
10:30
Post-Graduate Course: Basic Science: Immune Regulation & Flow Standardisation
N-103
200.1 Regulatory T and B cells
Megan Levings, Canada
200.2 Tolerogenic function of innate immune cells
Xian C. Li, United States
200.3 Strategies to standardize and objectify assays e.g. flow cytometry automated gating
Birgit Sawitzki, Germany
09:00
10:30
Post-Graduate Course: Clinical Science: Becoming Precise
N-104
201.1 Transplant pathology
Michael Mengel, Canada
201.2 Liquid biopsy
Sean Agbor-Enoh, United States
201.3 Molecular microscope
Philip F Halloran, Canada
11:00
12:30
Post-Graduate Course: Basic Science: The future of organ transplant replacement
N-103
202.1 Genomics & epigenomics in transplantation
Daniel G. Maluf, United States
202.2 Cellular therapy for liver disease and liver regeneration
Anil Dhawan, United Kingdom
202.3 Gene-specific Nucleases (CrispCas, TALEN...)
Marc Guell, United States
11:00
12:30
Post-Graduate Course: Clinical Science: Clinical Crowdsourcing
N-104
203.1 TCR NGS based evidence for differential diagnosis and personalized therapy in BKV nephropathy
Ulrik Stervbo, Germany
203.2 Day to day decision in multi-visceral transplantation immunosuppression
Marina Pérez-Flecha González, Spain
203.3 The great pretender: when what you see, is not what you get. an unusual presentation of lung cancer on a post kidney transplant patient
Bryan Christian Gaza Ilagan, Philippines
13:30
15:30
Post-Graduate Course: Joint session 2: Future Look at Organ Shortage
N-104
204.1 Tolerance
Giorgio Raimondi, United States
204.2 Xenotransplantation
Alfred J. Tector III, United States
204.3 Bioengineering and regeneration of solid organs: Current status and future directions
Giuseppe Orlando, United States
204.4 Advanced biomarkers of graft function & failure
Nina Babel, Germany
16:00
17:30
Post-Graduate Course: Joint session 3: Transplant Mathaton
N-104
205.1 How to understand and use and statistics
Joseph Kim, Canada
205.2 Big data in transplantation
Dorry Segev, United States
205.3 Take home message (Clinical Path)
Marcelo Cantarovich, Canada
205.4 Take home message (Basic Science Path)
Birgit Sawitzki, Germany


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