Welcome to the 11th World Congress on Urological Research (ESUR-SBUR15)

Experts from both sides of the Atlantic have been invited to deliver lectures on the most recent exciting results on progress in their field. Traditionally, the World Congress has improved interaction between highly active researchers and allowed students and post-docs to approach their future mentors.

Dear Colleagues and friends,

On behalf of the European Section of Urological Research and the Society for Basic Urologic Research we are very pleased to extend an invitation to join the 11th World Congress on Urological Research in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. It is particularly important to organise a focused meeting in which researchers from both sides of the Atlantic will intensively discuss recent advances in molecular classification of urological cancers, tissue engineering, andrology, exosomes and tumor metastasis. Experts from both sides of the the Atlantic have been invited to deliver lectures on the most recent exciting results in progress in their field.

Traditionally, the World Congress has improved interaction between highly active researchers and allowed students and post-docs to approach their future mentors. Nijmegen is a world-class centre of urological research which is easily accessbile by train from Schiphol airport Amsterdam and several other European cities. We cordially invite you to join this premier urological event.

The top 3 reasons not to miss ESUR-SBUR15

Variety of oncological and non-oncological research areas

The delegates will experience that ‘technology cross-fertilisation’ can help to progress all fields of urological research. The programme includes, among other things, a spectacular real-time video of cancer cell imaging which paves the way to perioperative imaging of cancer cells.

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Highly interactive

The World Congress is well-known for its great interaction between active researchers and allowed students and post-docs to approach their future mentors.

Nijmegen the centre of academic research

Nijmegen is a world-class centre of urological research. As of 1965 the Department of Urology of the Radboud university medical center achieved its academic standing.