Thomas Starzl Memorial Lecture

Thomas Earl Starzl (March 11, 1926 – March 4, 2017) was an American physician, researcher, and expert on organ transplants. He performed the first human liver transplants and has often been referred to as “the father of modern transplantation.” In recognition of his many contributions and to honor his legacy, the Thomas Starzl Memorial lecture has become a permanent feature of IHPBA’s biennial World Congress.

We are honoured that Professor Satoru Todo from Japan will give the Thomas Starzl lecture at the 2020 World Congress.

  • Dr Satoru Todo

    Japan

    Immune Tolerance in Liver Transplantation; Current and Future
    22 September 2020 (Tuesday) | 13:15-13:45hrs

Dr Satoru Todo

Japan

Immune Tolerance in Liver Transplantation; Current and Future
22 September 2020 (Tuesday) | 13:15-13:45hrs

Dr Satoru Todo is devoted to evolving liver and intestinal transplantations. His major research includes immune suppression and organ preservation.

This lecture requires independent funding and you can contribute to the Thomas Starzl lecture fund here.