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Lymphoma Working Party Educational Course

Presenters / Organizers :
Bertram Glass; Anna Sureda; Catherine Thieblemont; Norbert Schmitz


EBMT is honoured to announce this year’s 16th Educational Course of the Lymphoma Working Party on “Malignant Lymphomas: State of the Art with Emphasis on Cellular Therapies”.
This year’s course will be held on October 19-21st, 2022, in Paris, France, in Hôpital Saint-Louis, one of the oldest Hospital in Paris. For the last 15 years the course has developed into an important International Forum for young researchers and transplant physicians to closely interact with top experts in diagnostics and treatment of lymphoma focusing on transplantation and other cellular therapies.

Again, travel grants for participants from outreach countries and case report presenters will be available.

Looking forward to welcoming you in Paris!

Local Organizer: Catherine Thieblemont
Programme Organizer: Norbert Schmitz

Chair of the Lymphoma Working Party: Bertram Glass
EBMT president and Chair of Educational Subcommittee: Anna Sureda



You can pay by credit card, PayPal, or wire transfer. Please note that if you pay by wire transfer, you’ll be required to send proof of payment to 10 days after you register. Otherwise, your registration will be automatically cancelled.

If you are not part of EBMT yet, please consider becoming a member. For more information visit this page. If you have any questions, please contact:

Certificate of Attendance

After the live event, you will receive an email with a short survey to evaluate the course. After the survey is completed, you’ll be able to download the certificate of attendance.


Please click the document above to download the Scientific Programme.


The Lymphoma Working Party offers two types of unrestricted grants for participants which will cover the registration fee, accommodation cost, and a travel allowance.

These grants are:

- Upto 8 Case Report Presenter Grants: to benefit from this grant, please send a copy of your CV, an expression of interest letter together with a Case Report on the course topic (max: 500 words).

- 6 to 8 Outreach Grants: to be eligible for the outreach grant, please send a copy of your CV and an expression of interest letter in English.

  • Guidelines: 
    • Word or PDF document
    • Case can be structured as an abstract (e.g. Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions) or descriptive.
    • Maximum number of words: 500 (excluding the title and authors)
    • It is mandatory to title the case report and to list all the authors
  • Deadlines:
    • Closing submission: 24th of July 23.59h CEST
    • Communication to the submitters deadline: 31st of July


Case presenters selected will have free registration to the course, please don't register before getting the confirmation that your case has been selected. You will be contacted after the 31st of July.

If your case is not selected, we will offer you the Early Bird fee with a code discount.

Please make sure that you have a valid passport to travel to France.


The Lymphoma Educational Course will take place at Saint-Louis Hospital, Paris France.


It was built in 1611 by architect Claude Vellefaux at the request of Henry IV of France. It is part of the Assistance publique - Hôpitaux de Paris hospital system.

Today, Hôpital Saint-Louis uses its historical premises (parts of which are classified as historical monuments) for administrative functions. Following the 1980s new modern additions were made to house the current hospital and teaching hospital. Its primary specialties are dermatology and hematology, as well as oncology.


1 Av. Claude Vellefaux, 75010
Paris, France

Phone: +33 1 42 49 49 49



You will need to show a negative COVID-19 test or proof of complete vaccination from more than two weeks previous to the event in order to attend the meeting. Participants will be responsible for covering their COVID-19 testing costs.

Please also make sure that, at the time of travel, there are no restrictions barring you from entering France. You can check the latest updates here.


Participants will be responsible for covering their travel and accommodation costs, as well as any costs related to COVID-19 testing.

IMPORTANT: EBMT cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property of participants. Participants are advised to take out their own personal travel and health insurance for their trip.

Please make sure that you have a valid passport/ID to travel to Paris. Should you need a VISA letter, you’ll be able to download it after the registration process.

Please also make sure that, at the time of travel, there are no restrictions barring you from entering Paris. You can check the latest updates here.

EBAH-CME Accreditation

We are pleased to announce that this educational course will be accredited by the EBAH-CME credits system.

After the meeting, an updated attendance list will be uploaded to the EBAH-CME website.

If you don’t have an EBAH-CME account, we recommend you create one by clicking here.

If after 15 days after the event you do not have your EBAH-CME credits  in your account, please contact the EBMT Educational Unit at

Lymphoma Working Party Scientific Business Meeting

The Lymphoma Working Party Scientific Business Meeting will take place on the morning of Wednesday, 19th of October 2022, in the same venue as the educational course (Saint-Louis Hospital in Paris).

The Business Meeting is open to all physicians and researchers being members of EBMT who want to learn about the research activities of the Lymphoma Working Party.


There are various opportunities to support this meeting. For more information please send an email to to indicate your interest.