27th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research Registration is open

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We are very pleased to invite you to join the 27th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research (ESUR21 Virtual), which will take place on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 October 2021. Again emphasising the interdisciplinary character of ESUR, the meeting is organised in collaboration with the EAU Section of Uropathology (ESUP).

Outstanding international experts will be delivering lectures on the exciting latest results from multiple studies into urological diseases. At ESUR21 Virtual, we will tackle important urological research topics such as patient-derived and humanised models for translational cancer research, mechanisms of tumour progression and therapy resistance, new developments in pathology, and novel immunotherapic approaches and treatment combinations!

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Prof. Kerstin Junker
ESUR Chair

Prof. Gabri Van Der Pluijm

Prof. Gabri Van Der Pluijm
President ESUR 2021

Why you should attend this congress

Cutting-edge lectures

Renowned experts will present their state-of-the-art research strategies relevant to the clinical practice.

Fused knowledge

Clinicians will learn more about the latest research strategies, and researchers will become more familiarised with urological challenges.

Maximum interaction

Even though ESUR21 will take place online, the Poster sessions are designed to maximise interaction and dissemination of knowledge.

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