ESOT President Vassilios Papalois explained, “The award not only rewards the quality of science, but also the quality of teamwork within a transplant group.”
“We are really honoured and proud to receive this award”, explained Alexandre Loupy. “As a team, we are all looking into the same direction in trying to improve patient outcomes”.
This is the third time the Transplant Research Group has won this prestigious award, who will be awarded a €5,000 prize.
Paris Transplant Group
Our global aim is to accelerate the translation of immunological and gene expression discoveries into the clinical field by filling the gap between basic science and applied biomedical researches.