Transplant Live: ESOT Brussels 2015
AST Members: Thanks to our partnership with ESOT, we are able to offer you a unique opportunity: free access to Transplant Live.
Through five online broadcasts, you can take part in some of the best sessions of the ESOT 2015 Brussels congress for free from anywhere in the world!
What can you expect from Transplant Live?
ESOT will be broadcasting during five separate times, covering all global timezones, on September 13, 14 and 15. Each show will offer a unique combination of the most thought-provoking live performances on stage, alternated with more in-depth interviews from our Transplant Live Studio. If you are a transplant researcher, physician, surgeon, pharmacist or coordinator who wants to be on the cutting edge of your profession, you should join Transplant Live online!
Participation is free and simple
You can participate online anytime, anywhere. The only thing you need is an internet connection. Visit http://www.TransplantLive.org to sign up and enjoy.
Below you will find a short overview of the Transplant Live topics and time schedule. Once you have registered at http://www.TransplantLive.org you will receive more detailed information.
Topics & time schedule of Transplant Live
This is a quick overview of the contents of each broadcast. Check for more details at www.TransplantLive.org
ESOT meets the world: Overview of transplantation in cultural diverse regions & congress opening
Sunday Sept 13 | 16:00 – 18:30 (CEST) | general audience
Global warming in transplantation: Improving the organ quantity and quality
Monday Sept 14 | 09:00 – 11:00 (CEST) | surgeons & coordinators
Of men and machine: how close are we to copying god? Artificial organ production & unusual transplants
Monday Sept 14 | 14:00 – 17:30 (CEST) | general audience
The quest for biomarkers: Potential of personized medicine
Tuesday Sept 15 | 9:00 – 11:00 (CEST) | physicians & translational researchers
Transplantation in a digital world: From social media and big data to stem cells and genetic modification
Tuesday Sept 15 | 14:00 – 17:30 (CEST) | general audience