28th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research Register here!

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Dear friends and colleagues,

We are very pleased to invite you to the highly-anticipated 28th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research (ESUR22), which will take place from 13 to 15 October 2022 in picturesque Innsbruck, Austria. In line with previous editions, the meeting is organised in collaboration with the EAU Section of Uropathology (ESUP).

At the meeting, outstanding international experts will deliver the latest exciting results from multiple studies in urological diseases. ESUR22 will cover the following main topics: tumour microenvironment in uro-oncology; metabolic landscape of urological diseases; hereditary urological tumor predisposition-challenges for precision medicine;  the next generation of targets in uro-urology, as well as,  the recent advances in diagnostics.

In addition, you can expect three highly-informative workshops focused on single cell-RNA sequencing, how to write a scientific paper, as well as, a translational workshop with clinical and preclinical experts on penile cancer.

To maximise interaction and dissemination, oral presentations on selected abstracts by young investigators and extensive poster sessions are included in ESUR22’s dynamic programme.

We look forward to welcoming you in Innsbruck!

Prof. Kerstin Junker
ESUR Chair

Isabel Heidegger ESUR Chair

Prof. Dr. Isabel Heidegger
ESUR Meeting President

Why you should attend ESUR22

Contemporary updates

Renowned experts will present pioneering research and strategies aimed to bolster patient care and clinical practice.

Multifaceted collaborations

To enrich current knowledge, ESUR22 provides a unique platform where researchers and clinicians from different urological fields share their expertise.

Vital knowledge-exchange

Clinicians will enhance their knowledge on exemplary research strategies, and researchers will expand their understanding of urological challenges.

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“As the field matures, it’s important to consider that we may no longer have 1 standard of care, but will need to have multiple standards of care,” said Dr. Matthew Galsky, during a presentation at the 12th #EMUC20, held virtually: https://mshs.co/le

“As the field matures, it’s important to consider that we may no longer have 1 standard of care, but will need to have multiple standards of #care,” said Dr. Matthew Galsky, during a presentation at the 12th #EMUC20, held virtually: https://mshs.co/kM @TischCancer

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