IPNA Teaching Course and VIIth SEPNWG, ‘Personalised Genomics in Paediatric Nephrology: from the lab bench to the bedside’
Pictured L-R Velobir Tasic (Macedonia), Carola Vinuesa, Marija Jelusic (Croatia), Adrian Lungu (Romania) in Bucharest, Romania.
Professor Carola Vinuesa and Dr Todor Arson attended the International Pediatric Nephrology Association (IPNA) teaching course and the VIIth Meeting of the Southeastern Europe Pediatric Nephrology Working Group (VIIth SEPNWG). This was held in Bucharest from the 17th to the 18th November 2017 and was jointly organised between IPNA and SEPNWG. The joint conference was officially endorsed by the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the European Society for Paediatric Nephrology.
Carola and Todor led the first session ‘Lupus’ at the teaching course in Romania. Over the two days, they both had the opportunity to meet with a number of clinicians who are currently contributing Eastern European patients into the CPI. A number of speakers from across Europe gave presentations over the two days of the conference, with Carola and Todor representing Australia and the CPI.
For further information about the conference, including presentations and abstracts, click here.