Prediction system for risk of allograft loss in patients receiving kidney transplants: international derivation and validation study
The team of the Paris Transplant Group has been awarded at the ESOT 2019 congress in Copenhagen for its many contribution in the field of transplantation.
The Prize is given to a single Institution having submitted at least 5 abstracts for the event and granted with the best score. The Paris Transplant Group is very pleased to won this European award twice in a row.
Check out the contribution submitted by the Group on the ESOT website: esotcongress.org.
Olivier Aubert is awarded for its work on "Disparities in the acceptance of deceased donor kidney and consequences for transplant access: nationwide analysis of practice in the US and France". The co-authors of this work are affiliated to Paris Translational Center for Organ Transplantation, the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, US ; the Agence de la Biomédecine of France and two Parisian transplantation centres: Necker Hospital and Saint Louis Hospital.
Find more information about the study in the article published in the JAMA journal: access the full study.
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