The EAU Section Office

The EAU Section Office actively brings attention to and develops subspecialist fields in urology. Thirteen EAU Sections are included in its structure, together covering a wide range of topics.

Within the EAU structure, the sections represent a platform for narrowly-focused collaboration. The sections create opportunities for urologists to meet and exchange experiences with like-minded colleagues. The sections also run many ambitious projects, organise meetings and educational activities.

The work is often multidisciplinary in nature, and many of the projects are a result of joints effort across sections and other members of the EAU structure – the European School of Urology and the European Urology Scholarship Programme amongst others.

 

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Are you an EAU Member? Become an Affiliate of an EAU Section today and receive the latest information on the work of the Section of your interest.

Are you an Affiliate, already involved and published within the subspecialty, and have 10+ articles on PubMed? Apply as an Associate*, and shape the work of your Section.

For more information on Affiliate and Associate role, contact Angela Terberg, EAU Section Office Coordinator.

*All applications are reviewed by the board of the subspecialty Section

EAU Section Board

Photo: The EAU Section Board Meeting in London at EAU17.

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The EAU Section Office

N. Sofikitis

ESAU

Ioannina (GR)
Member

F. Cruz

ESFFU

Porto (PT)
Member

F.M.E. Wagenlehner

ESIU

Giessen (DE)
Member

E. Lledó García

ESTU

Madrid (ES)
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G. Salomon

ESUI

Hamburg (DE)
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K. Junker

ESUR

Homburg (DE)
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K. Sarica

EULIS

Istanbul (TR)
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M. Brausi

ESOU

Modena (IT)
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R. Montironi

ESUP

Ancona (IT)
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A. Mottrie

ERUS

Aalst (BE)
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R. Djinovic

ESGURS

Belgrade (RS)
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E. Liatsikos

ESUT

Filothei, Athens (GR)
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H. Haas

ESUO

Heppenheim (DE)
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F. Montorsi

Milan (IT)
Ex-Officio