This unique dinner series provides a networking opportunity among colleagues in the field of nephrology, compelling presentations by thought leaders in chronic kidney disease, and an opportunity for group discussion following the presentation.
This program is intended for physicians (all specialties and primary care) and nurse practitioners. Free for attendees, complimentary dinner. Space is limited, registration is required. Please CLICK HERE to register to attend.
Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at 5:30pm
Topic: The Changing Face of Allograft Rejection
Presenter: E. Steve Woodle, MD, Chief of Transplant Surgery, University of Cincinnati
Location: Del Frisco's Grille Cherry Creek, 100 St. Paul Street, Denver, CO 80206
- Understand that T-cell-mediated rejection can cause early graft loss but may be manageable with immunosuppressive therapies
- Understand how antibody-mediated rejection can lead to chronic kidney transplant rejection through multiple mechanisms and is a major contributor of late graft loss
- Recognize how advances in understanding rejection at the molecular level may improve detection and diagnostics
- Identify treatment options for antibody-mediated rejection
E. Steve Woodle, MD, FACS, Chief of Transplant Surgery, University of Cincinnati
E. Steve Woodle, MD, FACS, is Professor of Surgery and Chief for the Division of Transplant Surgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Dr. Woodle is a member of over 30 scientific and professional societies, including the American Surgical Association. He has chaired committees in the American Society of Transplantation and has served on the Board of Directors. Dr. Woodle has made seminal contributions in the areas of immunosuppressive drug development. His research currently focuses on development of plasma cell targeted therapies, innovative regimens with costimulatory blockade, corticosteroid elimination, kidney exchange programs and post-transplant malignancies. Dr. Woodle's clinical activities are focused on kidney transplantation, with particular emphasis on living donor kidney transplantation.
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