American Transplant Congress 2009: New Investigator Forum Presents Cutting Edge Research
These concurrent basic or clinical science sessions,
- B Cells: Making it on the VIP List in Autoimmune Diabetes and Islet Transplantation
- Metabolic Complications after Liver Transplantation
- Of Math and Medicine: Expanding Kidney Paired Donation
- NK Cells Prevent the Development of Regulatory T Cells
- Novel Insights into the Pathogenesis Chronic Allograft Vasculopathy
- Novel Viral Vectors as a Tool to Study Liver Physiology and Pathophysiology
The American Transplant Congress 2009 (ATC), sponsored by the ASTS and the AST, is the premier educational event in the field of basic and clinical transplantation. Presenters include the most respected and knowledgeable individuals in transplantation science and medicine.
ATC Highlights: State-of-the-Art Address - Rudolf Jaenisch M.D., M.I.T., Boston, MA State-of-the-Art Address - Philip Sharp, Ph.D., M.I.T., Boston, MA "What's Hot, What's New" Presentation Stem Cell & Islet Cell Research Infectious Diseases Cardiac Risks Ethics, Economics & Regulatory Issues Living Donation Incentives New UNOS Pediatric Donor Allocation Policies Tissue Engineering Organ Allocation Worldwide Current Transplantation Controversies Special Interactive Audience Sessions Biologic Immunosuppression Agents NanoMedicine RNA and microRNA biology Cholangiocarcinoma in Liver Transplantation Transplant Tourism Clinical Trials Impact of the Acceptable Mismatch in Europe on the Transplantation Rate of Highly Sensitized Patients ...many more vital presentations
For more information about the American Society of Transplant Surgeons, visit www.asts.org. Learn more about the American Society of Transplantation at www.a-s-t.org. Visit www.atcmeeting.org for meeting schedule, key speakers, and more. Media interviews are encouraged.
SOURCE American Transplant Congress 2009