ESOT 2015 Congress Awards

 

ESOT 2015 Congress Awards

As part of the ESOT commitment to advancing education and research in Transplantation, the following Awards have been assigned to abstract presenters in recognition of their contribution. All awardees will be required to be ESOT members.

 

BAC – Best Abstract Challenge supported by BIOTEST

The following 10 outstanding contributions have been selected by the ESOT 2015 Scientific Program Committee from all submitted abstracts, based on the overall referees' scores, will be presented during the

"Best Abstract Challenge" Session on Monday 14th September at 11:10 - 12:40

The Audience will vote to select the 6 winners, to which these awards will be assigned to.

 

Annick Massart, Brussels, Belgium

O97 AN EUROPE-WIDE SURVEY OF OPERATIONAL TOLERANCE IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

Annick Massart 1, Annaïck Pallier 2, Pierrick Guérif 3, Julio Pascual 4, Klemens Budde 5, Goce Spasovski 6, Mehmet Sukru Sever 7, Ondrej Viklicky 8, Søren Schwartz Sorensen 9, Hans de Fijter 10, Marian Klinger 11, Karine Hadaya12, Chris Dudley 13, Alexander Yussim 14, Rainer Oberbauer 15, Daniel Baron 3, Umberto Maggiore 16, Magali Giral3, Marc Abramowicz 17, Daniel Abramowicz 18, Sophie Brouard 3

Erasme Hospital - ULB, Brussels1, ITERT and Nantes University2, ITERT and Nantes Univesrity3, Hospital del Mar, Barcelona4, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Mitte5, University Clinical Center, Skopje6, Istanbul School of Medicine7, Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Prague8, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen9, Leiden University Medical Center10, Wroclaw Medical University11, Geneva University Hospitals12, Richard Bright Renal Unit, Bristol13, Rabin Medical Center, Petah Tikva14, KH Elisabethinen Linz and Medical University of Vienna15, Ospedale Maggiore, Parma16, Erasme Hospital - ULB17, Antwerp University Hospital18

 

Hannah Maple, London, United Kingdom

O98 THE IMPACT OF CAREGIVER BURDEN IN LIVING DONATION

Hannah Maple 1, Nizam Mamode 2

Guy's Hospital London1, Guy's Hospital, London2

 

Gonca Karahan, Leiden, The Netherlands

O100 OUANTIFICATION OF HLA CLASS II-SPECIFIC B CELLS IN SENSITIZED INDIVIDUALS

Gonca Karahan 1, Yvonne J.H de Vaal 1, Dave L. Roelen 1, Rico Buchli 2, Frans H.J Claas 1, Sebastiaan Heidt 1

Leiden University Medical Centre1, R&D, Pure Protein LLC2

 

Nicolas Meurisse, Leuven, Belgium

O102 EUROPEAN ELITA ELTRE MULTICENTER SURVEY ON THE MANAGEMENT OF BILE DUCT DURING LIVER PROCUREMENT, PRESERVATION AND TRANSPLANTATION

Nicolas Meurisse 1, Diethard Monbaliu 2, Paolo Muiesan 3, Andreas Pascher 4, Martin Oliverius 5, Gabriela Berlakovich 6, Rene Adam 7, Ilse Senesael 2, Jacques Pirenne 2

CHU Liège1, Abdominal Transplant Surgery Department, University Leuven, Belgium2, Liver Unit, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom3, Department of Visceral & Transplantation Surgery, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany4, Transplant Surgery Department, IKEM Prague, Czech Republic5, Department of Transplant Surgery, Medical University of Vienna, Austria6, Centre Hépato-Biliaire, University Paris Sud, France7

 

Shruti Mittal, Oxford, United Kingdom

O103 THE ROLE OF THE INCRETIN EFFECT IN PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION

Shruti Mittal 1, Rachel Franklin 1, Edward Sharples 1, Peter Friend 1, Stephen Gough 1

Oxford Transplant Centre1

 

Lauren Brasile, Utrecht, The Netherlands

O106 TARGETED TISSUE ENGINEERING OF ISCHEMICALLY DAMAGED KIDNEYS

Lauren Brasile 1, Nicholas Henry [Research Scientist] 1, Bart Stubenitsky 2

BREONICS Inc.1, University Medical Center, Utretch2

 

 

 

 

ESOT Young Investigator Award supported by ROCHE

 

The following ten best works, submitted to the ESOT 2015 Vienna Congress, are awarded on the basis of the quality of their contribution as well as the highest score.

 

Prabhu Nesargikar, Cardiff, United Kingdom

O161 SINGLE DOSE SCR1 ATTENUATES RENAL ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY IN RATS DESPITE EARLY RECONSTITUTION OF THE COMPLEMENT SYSTEM

Prabhu Nesargikar 1, Gilda Pino-Chavez 2, Brad Spiller [Senior Lecturer] 3, Donald Fraser [Reader in Nephrology] 4, Robert Jenkins 3, Rafael Chavez [Consultant Transplant Surgeon] 2

Department of Transplant Surgery Cardiff and Vale University Hospital1, Cardiff and Vale University Hospital2, Cardiff University3, University Hospital of Wales4

 

Carole Guillonneau, Nantes, France

O343 DONOR MHC-DERIVED PEPTIDE RECOGNIZED BY TCR BIASED-CD8+ TREGS SUPPRESSES ORGAN REJECTION

Carole Guillonneau 1

INSERM UMR10641

 

Sally Rushton, London, United Kingdom

O31 INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION: 20 YEARS OF REGISTRY DATA IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

Sally Rushton 1, Elisa Allen 1, Rebecca Curtis 1, Darius F Mirza 2, Andrew Butler 3, Hector Vilca Melendez 4, Peter Friend 5, Jonathan Hind 4, Stephen Middleton 3, Girish L Gupte 6, Khalid Sharif 6, Simon Travis 5

NHS Blood and Transplant1, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham2, Cambridge University Hospitals3, King's College Hospital, London4, Oxford University Hospitals5, Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust6

 

Zubir Ahmed, London, United Kingdom

O286 CONTEMPORARY SURGICAL OUTCOMES FROM 900 HAND ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC DONOR NEPHRECTOMIES

zubir ahmed 1, Nizam Mamode 1

Guy's Hospital1

 

Michael Linecker, Zurich, Switzerland

BO166 LIVER TRANSPLANT IN HIGH RISK CANDIDATES -- FUTILE OR UTILITY DRIVEN?

Andrea Schlegel 1, Michael Linecker 1, Andrea Wirsching 1, Michelle L. DeOliveira 1, Beat Müllhaupt 2, Pierre-Alain Clavien 1, Philipp Dutkowski 1

Department of Visceral and Transplantation Surgery, University Hospital Zürich1, Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University Hospital Zürich2

 

Gijs Fortrie, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

O85 ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AS A COMPLICATION OF CARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION: INCIDENCE, RISKFACTORS AND IMPACT ON 1-YEAR MORTALITY AND RENAL FUNCTION

Gijs Fortrie 1, Olivier Manintveld 1, Kadir Caliskan 1, Jos Bekkers 1, Michiel Betjes 1

Erasmus MC1

 

Michael Schmueck-Henneresse, Berlin, Germany

O68 PERIPHERAL BLOOD DERIVED VIRUS-SPECIFIC MEMORY STEM T CELLS MATURE TO FUNCTIONAL EFFECTOR MEMORY SUBSETS WITH SELF-RENEWAL POTENCY

Michael Schmueck-Henneresse 1, Petra Reinke 1, Hans-Dieter Volk 1

Charite University1

 

Claudio Musetti, Novara, Italy

O181 FROM PHARMACOGENETICS TO CLINICAL PRACTICE: WHICH SNPS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH MAJOR LONG TERM GRAFT COMPLICATIONS OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

Claudio Musetti 1, Marco Quaglia 1, Salvatore Terrazzino 1, Guido Merlotti 1, Piero Stratta 1, Armando Genazzani 1

Università  del Piemonte Orientale1

 

Simon Becker, Hannover, Germany

O251THE EFFECT OF ISCHEMIA DURING 12 HOURS EX VIVO LUNG PERFUSION: ANALYSIS OF LUNG PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLIC ACTIVITY

Simon Becker 1, Jasmin Steinmeyer [Doctoral student] 1, Murat Avsar 2, Jawad Salman 2, Axel Haverich 2, Gregor Warnecke 2, Matthias Ochs 1, Anke Schnapper 1

Institute of Functional and Applied Anatomy - Hannover Medical School1, Department of Cardiothoracic, Transplantation and Vascular Surgery, Hannover Medical School2

 

Toyonari Kubota, Kyoto, Japan

O294 IMPACT OF DONOR AGE ON THE OUTCOME OF ADULT LIVING DONOR PARTIAL LIVER TRANSPLANTATION: SINGLE-CENTER EXPERIENCE IN 316 PATIENTS

toyonari kubota 1, koichiro hata [co-author] 1, takashi sozu [co-author] 2, hirokazu tanaka 1, hirofumi hirao 1, yusuke okamura 1, osamu inamoto 1, kohei ogawa 1, yasuhiro fujimoto 1, akira mori 1, hideaki okajima 1, toshimi kaido 1, shinji uemoto 1

Department of Surgery, Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic and Transplantation, Kyoto University of medicine1, Department of Biostatistics, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine2

 

 

 

EUROLIVER Awards

 

The following authors will be awarded during the ESOT 2015 Congress, to young researchers who have made a valuable contribution in in the field of liver transplantation.

 

Quirino Lai, L’Aquila, Italy

O137 WAITING TIME IMPACTS ON INTENTION-TO-TREAT SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH HEPATOCELLULAR CANCER WAITING FOR LIVER TRANSPLANTATION: A MULTICENTRE EUROPEAN STUDY GROUP

Quirino Lai 1, Gerd Otto 2, Ivo Graziadei 3, Massimo Rossi 4, Giuseppe Tisone 5, Alfonso W Avolio 6, Pierre Goffette 1, Michael B Pitton 2, Wolfgang Vogel 3, Jan Lerut 1

UCL1, Mainz2, Innsbruck3, Roma Sapienza4, Tor Vergata Rome5, Rome Cattolica6

 

Francesca Tinti, Birmingham, United Kingdom

O142 UK REGISTRY OF COMBINED LIVER-KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION VERSUS LIVER TRANSPLANT ALONE: PATIENT AND GRAFT SURVIVAL BY GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE STRATIFICATION.

Francesca Tinti 1, Anna Paola Mitterhofer 2, James Hodson 1, James Ferguson 1, Paolo Muiesan 1, Tamara Perera 1

The Liver Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham1, Sapienza University of Rome2

 

 

 

BELDONOR Awards

 

The following authors will be awarded during the ESOT 2015 Congress, the  awards are assigned to Five professionals for best research presented in the field of Allocation and Donation.

 

Antonia Cronin, London, United Kingdom

BO174 INTEGRATING MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTHCARE IN LONG-TERM KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS

Antonia Cronin 1, Frame Sharon 2, Anna Simpson 3, Faith Matcham 3, Amy Carroll 2, David Goldsmith 2, Matthew Hotopf 4

MRC Centre for Transplantation King's College London1, Guys and St, Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust2, King's College, London3, king's College, London4

 

Barbara Grandtnerova, Turčianske, Slovakia

BO49 BALNEOTHERAPY (BT) TOGETHER WITH PHYSICAL REHABILITATION SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASES HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE (HRQL) AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION

Barbara Grandtnerova 1, Zuzana Beratsova 1, Miroslava Cervenova 1, Jan Cerven 1, Marian Markech 1

Slovak Medical Spa Turcianske Teplice1

 

Krzysztof Pabisiak, Szczecin, Poland

O175 PSA POSITIVE ORGAN DONOR -- STANDARD OR UNACCEPTABLE RISK FOR RECIPIENT

Krzysztof Pabisiak 1, Marek Ostrowski 2, Andrzej Kram 3, Jerzy Sieńko 2, Tomasz Huzarski 4, Marek Myślak 5, Kazimierz Ciechanowski 5

Dept. Nephrology Transplantation and Internal Medicine/ Pomeranian Medical University1, Department of General Surgery and Transplantation/ Pomeranian Medical University 2, West Pomeranian Oncology Center/ Szczecin 3, Department of Genetics and Pathology/ Pomeranian Medical University 4, Dept. Nephrology Transplantation and Internal Medicine5

 

Catherine Boffa, Oxford, United Kingdom

BO184 KIDNEYS FROM DONORS WITH ACUTE INJURY (AKI) FRIEND OR FOE?

Catherine Boffa 1, Fenna van de Leemkolk 1, Elinor Curnow 2, Steve Barry 3, Edward Sharples 4, Rutger Ploeg 1

Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences and Oxford Transplant Unit1, NHS Blood and Transplant2, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences3, Oxford Transplant Unit4

 

Masoud Mazaheri, Teheran, Iran

BO46 ONE DECADE DONATION; PAINFUL DEVELOPMENT OF THE BEST IRANIAN OPU

Masoud Mazaheri 1, Elham Shams 1, Farahnaz Sadegh Beigee [President] 1

Lung Transplantation Research Center, Massih Daneshvari Hospital,Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran1

 

 

 

 

EPITA Awards

 

The following authors will be awarded during the ESOT 2015 Congress, to distinguish the best abstracts submitted in the field of Pancreas transplantation and Islet transplantation respectively.

 

Philippe BALTZINGER, Strasbourg, France

O25 COMBINED PANCREATIC ISLET--LUNG TRANSPLANTATION: A NOVEL APPROACH TO THE TREATMENT OF END-STAGE CYSTIC FIBROSIS

Philippe BALTZINGER 1, Thibault BAHOUGNE 1, Michel GREGET 1, Tristan DEGOT 1, Jeremie REEB 1, Pierre BONNETTE 2, A GUT 2, Dominique GRENET 2, F BOUILLOUD 2, Thierry BERNEY 3, Marc STERN 2, Romain KESSLER1, Gilbert MASSARD 1, Laurence KESSLER 1

CHU de STRASBOURG1, Hôpital FOCH, Paris2, CHU de GENEVE3

 

Anand Rathnasamy Muthusamy, Oxford, United Kingdom

O91 PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION FROM CONTROLLED DCD : A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE

Anand Rathnasamy Muthusamy 1, Michiel Voskuil 1, Sanjay Sinha 1, James Gilbert 1, Srikanth Reddy 1, Isabel Quiroga-Giraldez 1, Rutger Ploeg [Professor of Transplant Biology] 2, Edward Sharples 1, Giorgios vrakas 1, Peter Friend [Professor of Transplantation] 2

Oxford Transplant Centre1, University of Oxford2

 

 

 

 

ECTTA Awards

The following authors will be awarded during the ESOT 2015 Congress, to distinguish the best abstracts submitted in the field of Improvement of thoracic organ procurement (including donor management, organ reconditioning, DCD donors) and Diagnosis and management of antibody mediated rejection in heart or lung transplant recipients.

 

Supported by TRANSMEDICS

 

Simon Messer, Cambridge, United Kingdom

FO001 EUROPE'S FIRST SUCCESSFUL DCD HEART TRANSPLANT WITH FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT

Simon Messer 1, Richard Axell 2, Paul White 2, Simon Colah 1, Ayyaz Ali 1, Steven Tsui 1, Stephen Large 1

Papworth Hospital1, Addenbrookes Hospital2

 

Stéphanie Lecaudé, Bern, Switzerland

BO370 CARDIAC MICRORNA (MIRNA) EXPRESSION AFTER ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION IN AN ISOLATED RAT HEART MODEL OF DONATION AFTER CIRCULATORY DETERMINATION OF DEATH (DCDD)

Stephanie Lecaude 1, Samuel Buntschu 1, Albert Dashi 2, Veronika Mathys 1, Sorin Ciocan 1, Thierry Carrel 1, Sarah Longnus 1, Hendrik Tevaearai 1

Inselspital Bern University Hospital1, A*STAR-Genome Institute of Singapore2

 

Franco Valenza, Milan, Italy

BO91 EARLY REPORT OF A CLINICAL TRIAL DESIGNED TO PROCURE LUNGS FROM UNCONTROLLED DCD DONORS

Franco Valenza 1, Giuseppe Citerio 2, Alessandro Palleschi 1, Davide Tosi 1, Alessia Vargiolu 2, Andrea Confalonieri2, Bijan Safaee Fakhr 1, Luciano Gattinoni 1, Lorenzo Rosso 1, Luigi Santambrogio 1, Mario Nosotti 1, Siro Ravasi 3, Sergio Vesconi 4

Fondazione IRCCS Ca' Granda - Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico1, Ospedale San Gerado - Monza2, AREU 118, Milano3, Azienda Ospedaliera Niguarda di Milano4

 

 

Supported by ONELAMBDA

 

Antoine Roux, Suresnes, France

FO002 LUNG TRANSPLANTATION OUTCOME IS MAINLY DRIVEN BY ANTIBODY MEDIATED REJECTION

Antoine Roux 1, Ines Bendib-Le Lan [resident] 1, Sonia Holifanjaniaina [PhD student] 2, Kimberley Thomas [Phd, post doc fellow] 3, Abdul Monem Hamid [MD, PhD] 1, Clément Picard [MD] 1, Dominique Grenet [MD] 1, Sandra Demiranda [MD] 1, Benoit Douvry [MD] 1, Laurence Beaumont-Azuar [MD] 1, Edouard Sage [MD, PhD] 4, Jerome Devaquet [MD, PhD] 5, Elise Cuquemelle [MD, PhD] 6, Caroline Suberbielle [MD, PhD] 7, Marc Stern [MD] 1, Magali Colombat [MD] 2, François Parquin [MD] 6

Hopital Foch, Pneumology department1, Hopital Foch, Pathology Department2, Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA3, Hopital Foch, Thoracic Surgery Department4, Hopital Foch, Intensive Care Unit5, Hopital Foch, Thoracic Intensive Care Unit6, Hopital Saint-Louis, Service d'histocompatibilité7

 

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