Controversies in Transplantation 2019

Breckenridge, Colorado
Thursday, February 28, 2019

                                         



Thursday, February 28: All Day Young Investigators Forum
Program is based on selected abstracts
6:00pm - YIF awards dinner for those who attended the YIF conference

Friday, March 1
Friday Morning: Pushing the Margins in Organ Utilization Moderators: Alex Wiseman & Peter Kennealey
7:00am - Breakfast/Registration
7:30am - Use of AKI Kidneys Kuman, Reddy & Maxwell Smith
8:00am - Expanding Pancreas Transplant - Donor and Recipient Selection, Peter Abrams
8:30am - Predicting the Impact of Changes in Allocation/Geography on Kidney, Pancreas Utilization, Richard Formica
9:00am - Beggars Can't Be Choosy: Wanting the Kidneys that Nobody Wants, Lloyd Ratner
9:30am - Session Discussion/Debate
10:30am - Adjourn 

Friday Afternoon: Innovations in Transplantation Moderators: James Pomposelli & John Roberts
3:00pm - Refreshments
3:30pm - Donor Cooling/Current Status and Future Directions in Donor Research, Darren Malinoski
4:00pm - Pushing the Envelope with Living Kidney Donors (Obesity, Pre-Diabetes, APOL1), Kenneth Newell
4:30pm - Liver Transplant for Metastatic Disease, James Eason
5:00pm - Uterine Transplantation, Giuliano Testa
5:30pm - Session Discussions/Debate
6:00pm - Adjourn

Friday Evening Dinner Program: Recipient Selection of HCV-Infected Donors (5 work groups, 5 questions) Moderators: Elizabeth Pomfret & James Burton
7:00pm - Should HCV Infected Liver and Kidney Allografts Preferentially go into HCV-Infected Recipients or Should All People on the Liver and Kidney Waitlist Be Offered HCV-Infected Organs? David Goldberg & Roy Bloom
7:30pm - Is There a Potential Liver and Kidney Recipient Who Should Not Receive an HCV-Infected Organ? Norah Terrault & Hugo Rosen 
8:00pm - Should HCV-Infected Donor Livers Be Reserved for Those Not Served Well By the MELD Allocation System? Richard Gilroy & Julie Heimbach
8:30pm - Should HCV-Infected Liver Recipients Previously Failing Multiple Direct Acting Antiviral Therapies Only Be Transplanted with HCV-INfected Donor Organs? Gregory Everson & Robert Brown
9:00pm - Are Liver Biopsies Required of All HCV-Infected Donor Grafts? If So, What are the Limits of Hepatic Fibrosis for HCV-Infected Donor Allografts. Erin Rubin & Russ Wiesner 
9:30pm - Session Discussion/Debate
10:00pm - Adjourn

Saturday, March 2
Saturday Morning: Transplantation of Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease Moderators: Charlie Miller & JP Norvell
7:00am - Breakfast
7:30am - The Growing Burden of Alcholic Liver Disease in America, Jessica Mellinger
8:00am - Standardizing the Evaluation of Potential Liver Transplant Recipients With Alcoholic Liver Disease, Tom Beresford
8:30am - DEBATE - Liver Transplantation for Severe Alcoholic Hepatitis
Pro: Jack Lake
Con: Abraham Shaked
9:30am - Session Discussion/Debate
10:00am - Adjourn

Saturday Afternoon: Debate Session 
3:00pm - Refreshments
3:30pm - Living Donor and National Advertising, Moderators: William Chapman & Whitney Jackson
Pro: Abhinav Humar
Con: Kim Olthoff
               Global Kidney Exchange, Moderators: Sue Dunn & Monica Grafals
Pro - An Acceptable Next Step: Michael Reese
Con - A Bridge Too Far: John Gill
               Transplanting the Undocumented, Moderators: Mark Ghobrial & Lisa Forman
Pro: Peter Stock
Con: Jim Trotter
7:00pm - Adjourn
7:30pm - Dinner offered to Conference Registrant & One Guest

Sunday, March 3
Sunday Morning: Cases for Discussion of Diagnosis and Management Moderators: Roshan Shrestha & Kendra Conzen
7:00am - Breakfast
7:30am - Case presentations: Kidney Case, Liver Case, Organ Procurement Case
10:00am - Session Discussion/Debate
10:30am - Adjourn

 

Contact Information

  • Conference Information:

    Jody Robertson, Division of Transplant Surgery, C-318,
    1635 Aurora Court, Aurora, CO 80045
    Tel: 720-848-0833 Fax: 720-848-0841
    Email: jody.robertson@ucdenver.edu

    Registration Information:
    Pam Welker
    Email: pam.welker@ucdenver.edu
    303-724-3551

Payment Instructions

  • Preferred payment method is with a credit card. MasterCard, VISA, AMEX, Diners Club and Discover are accepted.

    If you prefer to pay by check you may do so; however if your check is not received within 10 business days of your online registration, confirmation into the conference cannot be guaranteed.  Check should be made payable to: Division of Transplant Surgery.

    Reference your full name and registration number on the check.

    Mail checks to:
    Jody Robertson, Division of Transplant Surgery, C-318,
    1635 Aurora Court, Aurora, CO 80045
    Tel: 720-848-0833 Fax: 720-848-0841
    Email: jody.robertson@ucdenver.edu

The University of Colorado School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Colorado School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 17.5
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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