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Meet the Expert Sessions

Meet the Expert sessions are an opportunity for delegates to sit down and converse on a more one-to-one level with the experts in their field. Read on for the session schedule then register via the online General Registration form. 

Please note that Meet the Expert sessions are not included in the general Meeting registration fee, and must be purchased separately. The fee is €30 (VAT included) per session. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Session Schedule

monday 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
MTE1: Relapse after allogeneic SCT in childhood: is a cure possible? – Andre Baruchel, France
MTE2: Treatment of steroid refractory GVHD – Daniel Wolff, Germany
MTE3: Management of poor mobilizers – Kai Hübel, Germany
MTE4: Building up an SCT programme in an LMIC – Julia Palma, Chile
MTE5: Treatment of refractory and relapsed NHL in children and adolescents – Birgit Burkhardt, Germany
MTE6: Haploidentical SCT in children – Peter Lang, Germany
TUESday 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
MTE7: Haploidentical SCT in adults – Didier Blaise, France
MTE8: How to get an academic CAR T-cells construct into the clinic – Michael Schmitt, Germany
MTE9: Transplantation in Hodgkin Lymphoma – Anna Sureda, Spain
MTE10: Transplantation and targeted therapy in rare lymphomas – Olivier Hermine, France
MTE11: Treatment and relapse in patients with AML – Hans-Jochem Kolb, Germany
MTE12: Conditioning regimens - comfort in the grey zone? – Joachim Deeg, USA
WEDNESday 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
MTE13: Fertility preservation in children – Marianne Ifversen, Denmark
MTE14: Transplantation for SCID: Conditioning yes or no? – Andrew Gennery, UK
MTE15: Transplantation in childhood ALL: TBI yes or no? – Adriana Balduzzi, Italy
MTE16: Autoimmune-lymphoproliferative primary immunodeficiencies – a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge – Stephan Ehl, Germany
MTE17: Transplant in MS: patient selection and procedural aspects – Riccardo Saccardi, Italy
MTE18: Transplant for CLL – Johannes Schetelig, Germany

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