• 23rd Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research

Welcome to ESUR16 Parma

The 23rd ESUR Meeting is a great opportunity for researchers to meet and share results and expertise in all fields of urological research.

Dear colleagues and friends,

You are warmly invited to join us in Parma, Italy for the 23rd Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research.

The scientific programme has been compiled to address key contemporary research topics in urology including tumor heterogeneity, chemoprevention, metabolism, immunological concepts of treatment and tumor virology. The 23rd ESUR Meeting is a great opportunity for researchers to meet and share results and expertise in all fields of urological research. The three-day programme includes oral and poster sessions as well as lectures by invited speakers of outstanding expertise.

You will experience the hospitality, charm and ‘dolce vita’ of the beautiful city of Parma,  home to one of the oldest universities in the world, founded in 962 a.C.  Parma is also the capital of the Italian ‘food valley’ and the birthplace of Giuseppe Verdi.  The city of Parma boasts some truly monumental architecture, rich artistic heritage and a range of important cultural institutions. Among the main attractions are the masterpieces of Romanesque architecture, the Cathedral and the Baptistery, the frescoes by Correggio and Parmigianino, Pilotta Palace, Ducal Palace, Biblioteca Palatina and the Teatro Regio.

We look forward to seeing you in Parma!

ESUR16 Chair Prof. Saverio Bettuzzi ESUR16 Chair Kerstin Junker
Prof. Saverio Bettuzzi
Meeting Chair
Prof. Kerstin Junker
ESUR Chair

 

The top 3 reasons not to miss ESUR16

Lively Discussion

 

ESUR2016 will stimulate lively discussion between clinicians and researchers on the importance of molecular findings such as tumour heterogeneity.

Outstanding International Programme

 

Participants will be informed on new general topics like non-coding RNAs, immunotherapy or viruses and tumour diseases presented by international outstanding speakers.

Highly interactive

 

ESUR promotes interaction between active researchers and allows students and post-docs to interact with their future mentors.