ESOT Young Investigator Award

Supported by ROCHE

The following ten best works, submitted to the ESOT2017, are awarded on the basis of the quality of their contribution to donation and/or transplantation, as well as the highest score. Awardees will be celebrated during the presentation sessions.

 

Fabian Halleck, Berlin, Germany
OS092 - ACCIDENTAL TRANSMISSION OF HEPATITIS C (HCV) VIRUS FROM AN ORGAN DONOR TO FIVE TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: EARLY TREATMENT WITH DIRECT ACTING ANTIVIRALS SUCCESSFULLY PREVENTS CHRONIC HCV INFECTION

Authors: Fabian Halleck 1, Klemens Budde 1, Jörg Hofmann 2, Ute Eisenberger 3, Kerstin Herzer 4, Martina Sterneck 5, Jens Gottlieb 6, Uwe Schulz 7, Michael Dürr 1
Affiliations: Department of Nephrology, Charité University Medicine Berlin1, Institute of Medical Virology, Charité Universitätsmedizin and Labor Berlin Charité-Vivantes GmbH2, Department of Nephrology, University Hospital Essen, University Duisburg-Essen3, Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University Hospital Essen, University Duisburg-Essen4, Department of Medicine, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf5, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Hannover Medical School, Hannover6, Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Heart and Diabetes Center NRW, Bad Oeynhausen7

Monday 25 September        ROOM 123          at 11:10
SESSION OS10 - Infections other than CMV

 

Riccardo Tamburrini, Winston-Salem, United States
OS241 - SUCCESSFUL TRANSPLANTATION OF A HUMAN TISSUE ENGINEERED BOWEL (HTEB) IN AN ATHYMIC RAT MODEL

Authors: Riccardo Tamburrini 1, Elie Zakhem 2, Giuseppe Orlando 3, Kenneth L. Koch 4, Khalil N Bitar 2
Affiliations: Wake Forest Baptist Health / Universita' degli Studi di Pavia1, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine / Wake Forest School of Medicine2, Wake Forest Baptist Health/Wake Forest School of Medicine3, Gastroenterology Department / Wake Forest School of Medicine4

Tuesday 26 September        ROOM 122          at 08:00
SESSION OS28 - Intestinal transplants

 

Maarten Coemans, Leuven, Belgium
OS265 - SHORT AND LONG TERM GRAFT SURVIVAL AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION IN EUROPE

Authors: Maarten Coemans 1, Caner Süsal 2, Geert Verbeke 3, Maarten Naesens 1
Affiliations: Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Leuven1, University of Heidelberg2, Leuven Biostatistics and Statistical Bioinformatics Centre3

Tuesday 26 September        ROOM 123          at 11:10
SESSION OS31 - Kidney-transplantation expert session

 

Marc Lucia, Stanford, United States
OS285 - STRATEGY FOR ANALYSIS OF DONOR-SPECIFIC ANTIBODY REPERTOIRE: PAIRED IMMUNOGLOBULIN HEAVY AND LIGHT CHAIN ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL MEMORY B CELLS

Authors: Marc Lúcia 1, Alejandro Gomez 2, Oriol Bestard 3, William Robinson 2, Olivia Martinez 1
Affiliations: Stanford/Department of Surgery1, Stanford/Department of Medicine2, IDIBELL/Hospital de Bellvitge/Experimental nephrology lab3

Tuesday 26 September        ROOM 118+119 at 11:10
SESSION OS32 - Adaptive immunity in rejection and infection
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Jorge Malheiro, Porto, Portugal
OS323 - EARLY ANTIBODY-MEDIATED REJECTION C4D STATUS REMAINS A MARKER OF PROGNOSIS IN HLA-INCOMPATIBLE KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

Authors: Ana Castro 1, Jorge Malheiro 1, Sofia Santos 1, Sandra Tafulo 2, Leonidio Dias 1, La Salete Martins 1, José Ramón 1, António Castro-Henriques 1
Affiliations: Centro Hospitalar do Porto1, IPST2

Tuesday 26 September        ROOM 123          at 11:10
SESSION OS35 - ABMR: from diagnosis to treatment

 

Kamlesh Patel, Birmingham, United Kingdom
OS331 - HYPOTHERMIC MACHINE PERFUSION FOLLOWING STATIC COLD STORAGE IN DONATION AFTER CARDIAC DEATH CADAVERIC KIDNEYS: A UK POPULATION-BASED COHORT STUDY

Authors: Kamlesh Patel 1, James Hodson 1, Adnan Sharif 1, Melanie Field 1, Jay Nath 1, Nick Inston 1, Andrew Ready 1
Affiliations: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham1

Tuesday 26 September        ROOM 124          at 11:10
SESSION OS36 - Clinical advances in kidney preservation

 

Andrea Schlegel, Birmingham, United Kingdom
OS300 - THE UK-DCD-RISK-SCORE - A NEW PROPOSAL TO DEFINE FUTILITY IN DCD LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Authors: Andrea Schlegel 1, Marit Kalisvaart 1, Irene Scalera 1, Richard Laing 1, Hynek Mergental 1, Darius Mirza 1, Thamara Perera 1, John Isaac 1, Philipp Dutkowski 2, Paolo Muiesan 1
Affiliations: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham1, University Hospital Zurich2

Tuesday 26 September        ROOM 120+121 at 11:10
SESSION OS33 - Approaching the limits in liver donation?

 

Abdul Hakeem, Cambridge, United Kingdom
OS387 PANCREATIC ALLOGRAFT THROMBOSIS: SUGGESTION FOR A CT GRADING SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT ALGORITHM

Authors: Abdul Hakeem 1, John Chen 1, Satheesh Iype 1, Menna Clatworthy 2, Christopher Watson 1, Edmund Godfrey 3, Sara Upponi 3, Kourosh Saeb-Parsy 1
Affiliations: Addenbrookes Hospital- Transplant Surgery1, Addenbrookes Hospital- Department of Medicine2, Addenbrookes Hospital- Department of Radiology3

Tuesday 26 September        ROOM 123          at 17:05
SESSION OS41 - Pancreas/islets. From pancreas procurement to transplantation - challenges and solutions

 

Nabil Melhem, London, United Kingdom
OS441 - MEDICATION NON-ADHERENCE IS A LEADING CAUSE FOR RENAL GRAFT LOSS IN CHILDHOOD - A LARGE CENTRE STUDY

Authors: Nabil Melhem 1, Nadeesha Mudalige 1, Stacie Bowden 1, Grainne Walsh 1, Helen Jones 1, Nicos Kessaris 2, Nizam Mamode 2, Jelena Stojanovic 1
Affiliations: Evelina London Children's Hospital1, Guys & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust2

Wednesday 27 September  ROOM 124          at 08:00
SESSION OS47 - Pediatric Transplantation

 

Yoshiki Wada, Sapporo, Japan
OS431 - EVEROLIMUS SUPPRESSES IGA DEPOSITION AND RECURRENCE OF IGA NEPHROPATHY AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

Authors: Yoshiki Wada 1, Nobuyuki Fukuzawa 1, Hiroshi Harada 1
Affiliations: Sapporo City General Hospital1

Wednesday 27 September  ROOM 122          at 08:00
SESSION OS45 - Immunosuppression: challenges and refinements