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“A lot that I achieved in life was thanks to the EAU”

Profiles: New EU-ACME chair Prof. Marek Babjuk gives back by contributing to urological education It is a pivotal instrument for European urologists. The EU-ACME programme keeps track of urologists’ educational activities irrespective of the country they practise in or where...

A year after: An interview with Prof. N’Dow

Profiles: Updates from the EAU Adjunct Secretary General – Education As of EAU21, Prof. James N’Dow (GB) is succeeding Prof. Van Poppel (BE) as Adjunct Secretary General – Education. In this exclusive interview, the former Chair of the EAU...

ROGUE-1: Multicentric, prospective T1 BCa registry

Patients with T1 urinary bladder cancer (UBC) are at high risk for recurrence and progression. However, the prognosis depends on several concomitant factors. First and foremost, an accurate diagnosis is imperative to appropriate disease management. Under or over-staging...

Prof. Merseburger takes on role as EUSP Chair

Bolstering the next frontrunners and stimulating research in urology are the core objectives of the European Urological Scholarship Programme (EUSP). Through year-long scholarships, clinical visits, and fellowships, the EUSP encourages knowledge exchange and provides valuable experience to young, promising...

LAST CALL: Submit your abstract for EAU22 by 1 November 2021

Top-quality scientific content is what draws thousands of medical specialists to EAU’s Annual Congress, Europe’s largest urology congress. Submit your original research by 1 November 2021, 23:59 CET, for the opportunity to present to an international audience at the...

OPTIMA: improving prostate cancer treatment through AI

The European Association of Urology (EAU) is co-coordinating OPTIMA: a public-private partnership of 36 partners spanning 13 countries that officially launched earlier this week. OPTIMA’s aim is to revolutionise oncology care in Europe by improving broad data access, using AI-driven technology and...

New YAU working group on kidney transplantation

Nowadays, kidney transplantation (KT) is considered the best treatment option for patients with end-stage renal disease, with more than 20,000 KTs being performed each year in Europe. Given the epidemiological relevance and the clinical importance of chronic renal failure...