The EAU organises some of Europe’s most respected scientific urological congresses and meetings. The Annual EAU Congress attracts more than 14,000 delegates each year!
Throughout the year, the EAU’s Sections also organise highly-specialised meetings in their respective fields, while the European School of Urology organises masterclasses and courses on urological topics.
The EAU’s Regional Office uses its annual meetings to give a platform to rising talent in Central and Eastern Europe. The EAU also regularly cooperates with associations from other medical fields to create truly multidisciplinary meetings.
The annual European Urology Residents Education Programme is one of the ESU’s flagship teaching programmes. It is offered exclusively for urological residents who are in their final year. The EUREP format provides a comprehensive update and overview of modern urological practice presented by a distinguished European faculty. The full six-day course includes sessions that feature […]
During this meeting researchers from both sides of the Atlantic will intensively discuss recent advances in molecular classification of urological cancers, tissue engineering, andrology, exosomes and tumor metastasis. Experts from all over the world have been invited to deliver lectures on the most recent exciting results in progress in their field.
The 3rd Meeting of the EAU Section of Urolithiasis (EULIS), which will be held from 10-12 September 2015 in Alicante, Spain, aims to encourage scientific exchange regarding every aspect of new advances and researches in urolithiasis. Scientific developments and clinical applications in the pathopysiology, diagnosis, metabolic evaluation, medical and surgical treatment of stone disease will […]
The 12th EAU Robotic Urology Section (ERUS) meeting, taking place from 15-17 September 2015, in Bilbao, is the scientific platform for every urologist interested in the latest technical developments. The meeting’s aim is to educate the urological community on robotic surgical techniques with the ultimate goal of improving the level of patient care.