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We look back at an inspiring and educational event: the first virtual Annual Meeting. During two days, more than twenty online sessions were organized for more than 250 participants.
One of the highlights was the announcement of the winner of the Jon van Rood award. A. Senev, MD, PhD (KU Leuven, Belgium). He received the award for research on
Transplant glomerulopathy and antibody-mediated rejection in the absence of donor-specific HLA antibodies
Also, General Director Peter Branger presented the voting results of the first online election of Members A of the Council of Medicine and Science.
We would like to thank everyone who participated and/or contributed in any way to the Eurotransplant virtual Annual Meeting 2021. From Monday 27th September, the Powerpoint presentations of the online sessions can be found on the membersite under ‘Organization’, click ‘Annual Meeting’ .
Just a few more days until the Annual Meeting 2021 takes place and already more than 225 participants have signed up. We’re looking forward to seeing you there! Make sure to complete your registration in time.
The Eurotransplant Annual Meeting will be held online on Wednesday September 22, and Thursday September 23, 2021.
What to look forward to
During two days, more than twenty sessions will be organized. Also, join the Jon van Rood award ceremony and meet the speakers during our Meet and greet!
United in Solidarity
Solidarity is what brings us and our member states together as one. That is what makes ‘united in solidarity’ the theme of this year’s Annual Meeting. We look forward to continuing our cooperation for many years to come and we take this (first) virtual meeting as an opportunity to reflect on the past year and to connect and learn from each other once again.
We are pleased to inform you about the program of this year’s Annual Meeting which will take place on Wednesday September 22, and Thursday September 23. Which sessions would you like to attend? Check out the full program and register now: Full program
We are pleased to announce the publication of the Eurotransplant Annual Report 2020.
In this edition we present the key statistics on developments in waiting list, organ donation and transplantation in all Eurotransplant member states. Furthermore, an overview is presented of the activities that took place within Eurotransplant, decisions that were made as well as the financial status.
Detailed statistics for each organ are presented in ‘Collections’ in the Eurotransplant online statistics library.
This environmentally friendly, digital Annual Report includes clickable (web)links which makes it easy to navigate through the document. This report will only be available online and will not be distributed by post. However, a hard-copy infographic, which shows the main highlights of Eurotransplant in 2020, will be published and distributed soon.
Best viewing experience of the digital Annual Report 2020 is guaranteed when using Acrobat Reader. Eurotransplant publishes two versions:
- Low resolution – minimum download time
- High resolution – longer download time, but higher quality of images; recommended for printing and/or enlarging
No part of this report may be reproduced without prior permission of Eurotransplant. For permissions or request of specific images, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to invite you to the Eurotransplant virtual Annual Meeting 2021 which will take place on Wednesday September 22, and Thursday September 23. The online registration is now open. The program set-up offers various general presentations and parallel sessions and can be found here.
Call for applications Jon van Rood Award
Applications for the ‘Eurotransplant Jon van Rood Award 2021’ can still be submitted. This award of € 2.500 is granted to a researcher from one of the Eurotransplant member states who, in the preceding two years, has published a scientific paper in the field of organ or tissue transplantation that significantly contributed to this field.
The award winner will be announced during this Annual Meeting. You can find more information on the award and application procedure on the Annual Meeting website. The deadline for submission is July 15.
Committee Jon van Rood Award 2021
The Award Committee, consisting of the chairs of the Eurotransplant organ advisory committees, will consider all proposals. Decisions of the Award Committee will be announced by the first week of September.
This year the Committee consists of the following persons:
- Prof. Dr. Markus Guba, chair of the CoMs (chairman)
- Univ. Prof. Dr. Gabriela Berlakovich, chair of the ERAC
- Prof. Dr. Jadranka Buturovic Ponikvar, chair of the ETEC
- Prof. Dr. Uwe W.J. Heemann, chair of the ETKAC
- Dr. Sebastiaan Heidt, chair of the TTAC
- Univ. Prof. Dr. Günther Laufer, chair of the EThAC
- Priv.-Doz. Dr. Christian Margreiter, chair of the EPAC
- Prof. Dr. Jacques Pirenne, chair of the ELIAC
- Univ. Prof. Dr. Thomas Soliman, chair of the OPCC
More information about the event
Please find the overview of the meeting program and other information on the Annual Meeting website. Furthermore, you will receive updates on the topics and speakers through our Annual Meeting newsletters.
We are pleased to announce that the virtual Eurotransplant Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday September 22, and Thursday September 23, 2021, from 16:00- 21:00 CET. Please mark your calendar and save the dates. Do not miss the opportunity to participate in our annual event. The online registration will open at the end of June. We will send you more detailed information soon.
Please find the overview of the preliminary meeting program and other information on the Annual Meeting website. Furthermore, you can receive updates on the topics and speakers through our Annual Meeting newsletters.
The recent situation regarding COVID-19 affects organ donation. All Eurotransplant countries have implemented preventive screenings policies for potential organ donors. For detailed information on the national policy, please contact the national organ procurement organization or the national competent authority:
Due to unplanned maintenance on our authorisation application on Sunday, some user accounts have been reset. This was not the result of a hacking attempt or related to a cyber security incident.
The users involved have received an e-mail with a new temporary password. This password needs to be changed on first login. If you experience any problems with your login or access to applications please contact email@example.com.
In 2020, a total of 6,356 organs were transplanted and 9,998 new patients were registered on the waiting list. Do you want to see more key figures and learn about our services and general statistics?
Please check out our factsheet 2020.