ESUT16 in Athens: the latest in technology and training

Athens is set to host the 5th Meeting of the EAU Section of Uro-Technology on July 8-10, its first standalone meeting since 2003. Effective training is essential to the adoption of technology in urological surgery, and ESUT has taken every...
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EAU joins Bladder Cancer Europe roundtable meeting in Brussels

The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (iCPS) will hold on June 21, 2016 the Bladder Cancer Europe 2016 meeting to highlight the importance of tackling bladder cancer issues by inviting key stakeholders from various sectors. Represented by Prof. Hein Van...
Ernst J. Zingg

Ernst J. Zingg (1931-2016)

It is with sadness that we note the death of Professor Ernst J. Zingg, 84, on 27 February 2016, a pioneer in modern European urology. Zingg, born 27 July 1931, spent his youth in Zürich, Switzerland and graduated from...

EAU experts join 5th IFFU in Beijing

Led by European Association of Urology (EAU) Secretary General Prof. Chris Chapple, a team of EAU representatives joined the 5th International Forum on Frontiers in Urology (IFFU), an annual event which gathers Chinese and international urology experts in Beijing,...
Summer School on personalised medicine for healthcare professionals

Summer School on personalised medicine for healthcare professionals

The Brussels-based European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) is offering the first Summer School for personalised medicine specifically designed for clinicians and healthcare professionals (HCPs) and registration is now underway to recruit the first batch of participants. With personalised...
Walter Artibani: Urologist by chance

Walter Artibani: Urologist by chance

Walter Artibani, 66, is one of the EAU’s active opinion leaders and has served the organisation in various roles, most recently as Adjunct Secretary General for Science for eight years until last year.  He is head of the Department...

EAU TV: New Options for Prostate Cancer Patients

EAU TV spoke to Mark Emberton, UCL, and Eva Johannson, University of Gothenburg at EAU16 about the use and limitations of active surveillance, how it affects quality of life, and a new drug that facilitates better prostate treatment.