Description and Rationale:
Currently available diagnostic tools perform poorly if it comes to early stages of alloimmunity leading to graft rejection and subsequent graft loss. These shortcomings have been motivation for exploring new diagnostic biomarkers, especially metabolic biomarkers as patients would eventually benefit from an improved post-transplant management and of course a deeper understanding on how metabolics shape the immune response. After attending this webinar, participants will be able to understand the newest findings on how the innate immunity and metabolisms affect transplant survival and know about the importance of metabolic biomarkers in renal transplantation.
All fields involved in health care and research with affiliation in transplantation i.e: Transplant Scientists, Transplant Surgeons and Clinicians, Researchers in transplant related fields (Immunology, Stem cells, Regenerative Medicine), Physicians, Nurses, Coordinators, Pharmacists with Involvement or interest in the field of transplantation, Students working in or interested in the field of transplantation immunology, Patients interested in the newest research.
Ping Chih Ho