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Scientific Programme

ERA organizes the largest annual Nephrology Congress in Europe, welcoming thousands of attendees coming from all over the world, focusing on key learning features both in the clinical field as well as the scientific and latest innovations.

Scientific Programme

Research/Education, Governance, Equality

This year’s theme will be Research/Education, Governance and Equality.

There will be seven main tracks for the 60th ERA congress:

  • Renal physiology, urolithiasis, hereditary disorders & rare diseases in children, pregnancy
  • Glomerular diseases & general clinical nephrology
  • CKD – pathophysiology, epidemiology, prevention, progression, ageing
  • End Stage Kidney Disease, haemodialysis, kidney function replacement therapies
  • Kidney transplantation (clinical and immunology)
  • Hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular risk in CKD
  • AKI, intensive care nephrology

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How we select our Speakers

Around 250 invited speakers from all over the world will give a global perspective on their research activities, optimized patient care, and management of kidney disease. Moreover, attention will be dedicated to Patients’ voices, perceptions and feelings.

The scientific programme features a wide choice of Plenary Lectures, Mini Lectures, Symposia, Free Communications, focussed Orals and Moderated Orals sessions covering the various aspects of basic and clinical Nephrology as well as the most recent research in the field

Panel discussions and practical case discussions will be a new addition to the 2023 congress.

Below are the four fundamental criteria that guide us in the speaker selection:

  • Professional value: we select speakers whose scientific expertise is recognized worldwide.
  • Future potential: we select young professionals who have distinguished themselves through their research.
  • Communication skills: speakers must be able to communicate effectively with all our congress participants.
  • The speakers’ representativeness of significant clusters, both geographical and gender-related, is also important to us.

Scientific Committee

Francesca Mallamaci

Francesca Mallamaci

Chair
Italy

Daniel Abramowicz, Belgium

Hans Joachim Anders, Germany

Annette Bruchfeld, Sweden

Juan Jesus Carrero, Sweden

Mario Cozzolino, Italy

Marie Evans, Sweden

Beatriz Fernandez Fernandez, Spain

Ana Carina Ferreira, Portugal

Charles Ferro, United Kingdom

Danilo Fliser, Germany

Denis Fouque, France

Giovanni Gambaro, Italy

Ronald Gansevoort, The Netherlands

Dimitrios Goumenos, Greece

Kitty Jager, The Netherlands

Bente Jespersen, Denmark

Andreas Kronbichler, Austria

Monika Lichodziejewska-Niemierko, Poland

Piergiorgio Messa, Italy

Alberto Ortiz, Spain

Aikaterini Papagianni, Greece

Paola Romagnani, Italy

Mehmet Sukru Sever, Turkey

Maria José Soler, Spain

Vianda Stel, The Netherlands

Amaryllis Van Craenenbroeck, Belgium

Marianne Verhaar, The Netherlands

Angela Wang, Hong Kong

Christoph Wanner, Germany

Carmine Zoccali, Italy