5 Reasons to Attend CEoT 2024
In the ever-evolving transplant landscape, the 2024 Cutting Edge of Transplantation (CEoT) meeting stands as a beacon of innovation, inviting professionals from around the globe to converge and explore the forefront of innovative transplant technology. Held at the historic Arizona Biltmore, this meeting offers exciting educational and networking opportunities. Here are five reasons why you should register for CEoT 2024 today:
Stay Ahead with Innovative Transplant Tech: CEoT 2024 presents eight impressive sessions on the latest technological advancements shaping the future of transplantation. The meeting's session topics include AI, remote patient monitoring, ethical, legal, and social challenges with technology, and expanding technology in transplantation.
In addition, there will be organ-specific breakouts for kidney, heart, liver, and lung. Check out the program to learn more.
Connect with Colleagues: CEoT 2024 will offer opportunities to connect and collaborate with colleagues from across the globe, all sharing a common passion for technology in transplantation. Use this valuable time to network, exchange ideas, and make connections.
Earn CME Credits: CEoT 2024 is an excellent opportunity for professional development and earning valuable CME credits. The sessions are designed to provide up-to-date information on cutting-edge technologies while offering attendees credits that contribute to ongoing medical education. Stay tuned for more information about CME credits.
Keynote Address by Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH: You won't want to miss CEoT's keynote speaker, Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH. Dr. Ehrenfeld is the president of the American Medical Association. He is a senior associate dean, tenured professor of anesthesiology, and director of the “Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment” program at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Don't Miss the Transplant Visionaries Challenge: An event highlight, the Transplant Visionaries Challenge offers an opportunity to witness your colleagues in action, sharing their innovative projects to improve the field.
On Friday, February 23, at 5:15 pm, presenters will pitch their ideas to a panel of five judges. This interactive session allows you to vote on your favorite idea! Judges will award prizes up to $5,000. Presentations will include:
- A Multifaceted Approach to Transplant Education: Infographics, Campaigns, and Promotions
- Advanced Artificial Intelligence for Human Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion using Digital Twins
- Allograft survival prediction using deep neural networks
- Developing Universal Blood Type Donor Organ
- A Novel Point-of-Care Immunomonitoring Multiplexed Assay for Realtime Kidney Injury and Tacrolimus (MARKIT) Biosensor for Solid Organ Transplantation