Applied Statistics
Entente Cordiale
Royal Society Of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
Entente Cordiale
Royal Society Of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, January 30, 2014
13:00:00 Registration and lunch
14:00:00 Welcome and introduction Bruce Hendry
14:15:00 Progress in immunotherapy Hans Stauss
15:00:00 Progress in the management of vasculitis Rachel Jones
15:30:00 The PKD timeline: From genes to therapy
16:00:00 Tea and coffee break
16:30:00 EGFR pathway reprograms glomerular epithelial cells and breaks tolerance to immune injury
17:00:00 Developments in transplant immunosuppression Lionel Rostaing
17:30:00 Developments in transplant rejection Denis Glotz
18:00:00 Close of day one
19:00:00 Dinner
Friday, January 31, 2014
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:30:00 Registration, tea and coffee
09:00:00 Molecular phenotyping and systems medicine in the clinic Jeremy Nicholson
09:45:00 Development and application of genetic tools in renal genetics Robert Kleta
10:15:00 RADAR and its application to renal tubular disorders
10:45:00 Tea and coffee break
11:00:00 Exome sequencing and chronic kidney disease Danny Gale
11:30:00 Hypercalciuria and renal stones
12:00:00 Poster viewing and discussion
13:00:00 Lunch
14:00:00 Biomarkers and CKD
14:30:00 Dialysis - PD versus HD, a French perspective
15:00:00 Dialysis - PD versus HD - a UK perspective Dr Andrew Davenport, UCL Centre for Nephrology, Royal Free Hospital Andrew Davenport
15:30:00 Tea and coffee break
15:45:00 Acute kidney injury (AKI) networks - Maximising detection and optimizing care Chris Laing
16:15:00 Water-land transition. The challenge of water and salt homeostasis
17:00:00 Closing remarks Bruce Hendry, John Bradley
17:10:00 Completion of evaluation forms
17:20:00 Close of meeting
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