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ERA-EDTA CME COURSES 2010

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Pre ERA-EDTA Congress
 

Omics in Nephrology

 
June 25, 2010 - 13.00-17.30 hrs
 

Munich, Germany

 
 

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Board members of the Committee for CME activities

Goce Spasovski, Rosanna Coppo, Carmine Zoccali, Meguid El Nahas and Ivan Rychlik

Chair Person: G. Spasovski

Secretary: I. Rychlik
 

CME Course Areas (members of the CME Committee)

Basic Science & Clinical Nephrology: R. Coppo and P. Ronco

Chronic Renal Failure, Hypertension, Clinical Epidemiology: C. Zoccali and G. London

Dialysis: R. Vanholder, S. Davies and C. Wanner

Transplantation: C. Ponticelli, JM Grinyo

Collaboration with ISN and other Societies: N. Lameire, A. Covic



 

Date
June 25, 2010 - 13.00-17.30 hrs
 
Location
Munich, Germany
 
Organiser

Rainer Oberbauer, Linz, Austria

 
Information and registration

Participation is free of charge but is open only to delegates registered in the Congress.

If you have pre-registered to the Congress, you can participate in the Course by simply downloading the form and send it by fax to +39-0521-959242 or by email to registrations@era-edta.org within and no later than May 25, 2010.

If you haven’t pre-registered, you will have the possibility of registering onsite, first for the Congress and thus after also for the Course, directly on June 25 starting at 8.00. Admission to the Course is limited to the seating capacity of the lecture hall, thus “first come first served” basis will be applied.

Course participants will be awarded UEMS credits (convertible in AMA credits).

A coloured sticker will be attached to your badge at the entrance of the hall of the CME Course chosen and will entitle entrance to that course only.

 
Travel Grant
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To apply for travel grant please click here.
 
Course Programme


GWAS and renal outcomes:
Rainer Oberbauer, Linz, Austria

Transcriptional profiling in nephrology.
Gert Mayer, Innsbruck, Austria

Proteome analysis in the assessment of renal disease.
Harald Mischak, Hannover, Germany

Protein profiling of urine by MALDI MS and gel-based approaches: tackling sample preparation and bioinformatics issues.
Antonia Vlahou, Athens, Greece

Integration of large scale data sets in renal disease: Genetics-genomics-metabolomics.
Matthias Kretzler, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Approaches for linking the Omics levels.
Bernd Mayer, Vienna, Austria

 

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