Plenary Speakers

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September 13, 2020

Keynote Lecture

Korean Government Approach to Pandemic Readiness

Ok Park, Korea

September 14, 2020

Plenary Session 1: Barriers to Access for Transplantation

Global Access to Transplant

Beatriz Dominguez-Gil, Spain

Gender Equality in Transplantation – Why are donors predominantly women and recipients men?

Vivek Kute, India

The Burden of CKD in China: Implications for the global treatment of end stage kidney disease

Luxia Zhang, People’s Republic of China

September 15, 2020

Plenary Session 2: Disruptive Technologies in Transplantation

Quantum computing-application to medicine/transplant

Shohini Ghose, Canada

Precision Medicine in Cancer-Applications to Transplantation

Alan Ashworth, United States

Bringing Drugs/Procedures to Clinical Reality

Inish O’Doherty, United States

September 16, 2020

Plenary Session 3: New Approaches to Taming T-Cells in Transplantation

Role of microbiome in transplantation

Charles MacKay, Australia

The impact of the complosome in T cell immunity: How to use to tame the immune response

Claudia Kemper, United States

Developing Human Islet Organoids that Evade Rejection

Ronald Evans, United States