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The Basic Science Committee promotes scientific issues and transplantation research within ESOT. An active basic science community and an efficient translation of innovation into the clinic are crucial for the future of transplantation medicine.

The Basic Science Committee was founded in 2003 to promote science and research within ESOT.

Core activities include dedicated basic science meetings, symposia and courses at the biannual ESOT congress and a basic science grant programme.

Objectives of the ESOT Basic Science Committee

The Basic Science Committee promotes:

  • Basic science in transplantation in Europe
  • Translation of innovation into clinical activity
  • Communication between basic scientists and clinicians
  • Collaboration between laboratories in Europe

JUST ANNOUNCED: #ISHLTAcademy on #MCS in Prague on 13 Nov, in collaboration with the TLJ 3.0 Consensus Conference hosted by @ESOTtransplant. Join us for an in depth discussion of MCS innovations, designed by a European committee for a European audience.

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