At TLJ 3.0, participants will be introduced to nine key transplantation topics following a systematic review. Delegates will convene for three days of high-quality debate, discussion and exploration in order to finalise a series of consensus reports that will be submitted for publication.
TLJ 3.0 Topics
Carefully selected by the Scientific Committee, nine topics cover a selection of the most exciting and emerging themes in the transplantation field. Over a robust selection period lasting a few months, we identified and prioritised topics that will benefit from an in-depth analysis of current scientific evidence and, ultimately, provide the transplant community with solid consensus papers. The topics for TLJ 3.0 are as follows.
Machine perfusion in cardiothoracic transplantation
Histopathological analysis of pre-implantation donor kidney biopsy: Redefining the Role in the Process of Graft Assessment
The value of monitoring (subclinical) DSA’s for transplant outcomes
Liver transplantation in patients with Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Clinical Endpoints in liver transplantation according to value based care
Downstaging, bridging and immunotherapy in liver transplantation for HCC
Role of Pancreas Machine Perfusion to Increase the Donor Pool for beta cell replacement
Prehabilitation for solid organ transplant candidates
Molecular Biology Testing for Non-Invasive Diagnosis of Allograft Rejection