News

Announcement: NIMBUS trial to end in 2020

The EAU Research Foundation’s Randomised Phase III Clinical Trial  NIMBUS has stopped recruitment due to the results of a safety analysis. The trial, which ran from 2013 and studied reduced frequency BCG instillations in NMIBC, involved nearly 360 patients...
Baltic 2020 Minsk

Minsk first-time host to state-of-the-art Baltic meeting

Minsk will host the 7th Baltic meeting (Baltic20) in conjunction with the EAU which is a first for the Belarusian capital. Scheduled for May 22-23, 2020, the two-day event will deliver progress updates on the latest research and offer...
Grant for Research

Seeding Grant Application now open!

The EAU RF is pleased to announce another opportunity for seeding grants, with the aim of supporting highly innovative and original research by a junior investigator. Applicants are invited to submit 1-year research projects with a total budget up...

EAU uniquely placed to help European urologists’ ambitions

Every year, the EAU meets with representatives from Europe’s national urological societies in Noordwijk, on the Dutch coast, for a discussion on how the EAU and the societies can help each other raise urological care across the continent. Topics...
Record-high Abstract Submissions & Acceptance EAU19

Record-high Abstract Submissions & Acceptance

A record-breaking number of abstracts for poster and video presentations were submitted for the upcoming 34th Annual EAU Congress (EAU19) in Barcelona. There were approximately 5,500 abstract submissions for EAU19, which surpassed the number of submissions of all previous congresses. The Copenhagen congress...
EMUC-Birtle-POUT

EMUC18: Updates on notable trials

Developments of notable trials were announced today during Plenary Session 06 New trials update: What we need to know which was chaired by Dr. Laurence Colette (BE), Dr. Ganesh Palapattu (US), Dr. Stephen Boorjian (US) and Dr. Alberto Bossi (FR). In his...

“A journal is more than its impact factor”

Last month, it was announced that the EAU’s flagship scientific journal, European Urology had a 2017 impact factor of 17,581, an all-time high. This makes European Urology the most highly-ranked urology journal in the world, by far. We spoke...