Main Symposium: Interplay of Metabolic Factors and Transplantation

Main Symposium

Interplay of Metabolic Factors and Transplantation

Main Symposium: Interplay of Metabolic Factors and Transplantation
Date Saturday and Sunday, 1 and 2 October 2022
Time 8.30am to 4pm (Saturday), 8.30am to 12.15pm (Sunday)
Venue NUHS Tower Block, Singapore
1E Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 119228
Who should attend?
  • Medical Students
  • Specialist Trainees
  • Transplant Physicians
  • Transplant Coordinators
  • Nurses

Registration Cost

Registration Type Per Ticket Cost (excluding GST)
  Early Bird* Standard Rate
Individual In groups of 5 and above
Main Symposium only (Regular) $260.00 $380.00 $200.00
Main Symposium only (Endorser preferred rate) $160.00 $260.00 $120.00
Main Symposium only (Trainee rate) $100.00 $200.00 $80.00

*Early bird rates end on 9 September 2022, Friday
**Registration fees are non-refundable

Discount codes for endorser preferred rate and trainee rate

  • Endorser Preferred Rate: Society members can check with your respective secretaries for the discount code.
  • Trainee Rate: Students and trainees can email in to [email protected] and let us know your name, current designation and school/organisation. We encourage you to use your school or work email for verification purposes. We will send you the discount code after verification.

Kidney TrackLiver Track

Programme (Kidney Track)
1 October 2022, Saturday

Time Session
8.00am to 8.30am Onsite Registration
8.30am to 8.35am Welcome Address
Prof A. Vathsala and A/Prof Alfred Kow
National University Hospital, Singapore
8.35am to 8.45am Opening Address
Prof Yeoh Khay Guan
Chief Executive, National University Health System, Singapore
8.45am to 9.15am Cardiac Evaluation of the Organ Transplant Candidate
Prof John Gill
St. Paul’s Hospital, Canada
9.15am to 9.45am Metabolic Diseases Necessitating Liver Transplantation
Prof Mohamed Rela
Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre, India
9.45am to 10.15am Tea Break
10.15am to 10.40am Epidemiology of ESRD due to Diabetic Kidney Disease: Global and Asian Perspectives
Dr Jackson Tan
Ministry of Health, Brunei
10.40am to 11.05am Optimising Diabetes and Weight Management in Kidney Transplant Candidates
Dr Clara Ngoh
National University Hospital, Singapore
11.05am to 11.30am Non-Traditional Risk Factors for Adverse Cardiometabolic Outcomes in Organ Transplant Candidates
Dr Wong Jiunn
Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
11.30am to 11.55am Cardiometabolic Risk Factors and its Management in Paediatric Kidney Transplant Candidates
Dr Perry Lau
National University Hospital, Singapore
11.55am to 12.15pm Q&A
12.15pm to 1.30pm Lunch Break
1.30pm to 2.00pm Comprehensive Metabolic Evaluation and Management of the Organ Transplant Candidates
Dr Hersharan Kaur Sran
National University Hospital, Singapore
2.00pm to 2.30pm Post-transplant Diabetes – Impact on Long-term Outcomes in Transplant Recipients
Prof Dan Yock Young
National University Hospital, Singapore
2.30pm to 2.50pm Management of Cardiovascular Risk Factors Post Kidney Transplant
Dr Emmett Wong
National University Hospital, Singapore
2.50pm to 3.10pm SGLT2i for Kidney Transplant Recipients – Benefits and Risks
Dr Matthew D’Costa
National University Hospital, Singapore
3.10pm to 3.30pm Obesity and NASH, Prevalence and Outcomes Post Kidney Transplant
Prof A. Vathsala
National University Hospital, Singapore
3.30pm to 3.50pm Cardiometabolic Outcomes in Paediatric Kidney Transplant Recipients: Evaluation and Management
Prof Yap Hui Kim
National University Hospital, Singapore
3.50pm to 4.00pm Q&A

 

2 October 2022, Sunday

Time Session
8.00am to 8.30am Onsite Registration
8.30am to 9.00am Best Practices in Assessing Cardiovascular Risk in Living Organ Donors
A/Prof Adrian Low
National University Heart Centre, Singapore
9.00am to 9.20am Hypertensive Kidney Donors
Dr Chang Zi Yun
National University Hospital, Singapore
9.20am to 9.40am Glucose Intolerance in Kidney Donors:
Is there a Sweet Spot?

Dr Khoo Chin Meng
National University Hospital, Singapore
9.40am to 10.00am Obesity in Potential Kidney Donors and Recipients: Operative Aspects
Dr Vijayan Manogran
Kuala Lumpur General Hospital, Malaysia
10.00am to 10.15am Q&A
10.15am to 10.45am Tea Break
10.45am to 10.55am Breaking News: Colorectal Liver Metastasis for Liver Transplantation – Our Experience on the First Case in Singapore
A/Prof Glenn Bonney
National University Hospital, Singapore
10.55am to 11.20am Machine Learning and AI in Transplant Research
Dr Mamatha Bhat
University of Toronto, Canada
11.20am to 11.45am Long-term Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery in Organ Transplant Recipients
Asst Prof Asim Shabbir
National University Hospital, Singapore
11.45am to 12.10pm Application of Pharmacogenomics for Organ Transplant Candidates
Prof Tai E Shyong and Dr Elaine Lo
National University Hospital, Singapore
12.10pm to 12.15pm Closing Remark
A/Prof Alfred Kow
National University Hospital, Singapore

Programme (Liver Track)
1 October 2022, Saturday

Time Session
8.00am to 8.30am Onsite Registration
8.30am to 8.35am Welcome Address
Prof A. Vathsala and A/Prof Alfred Kow
National University Hospital, Singapore
8.35am to 8.45am Opening Address
Prof Yeoh Khay Guan
Chief Executive, National University Health System, Singapore
8.45am to 9.15am Cardiac Evaluation of the Organ Transplant Candidate
Prof John Gill
St. Paul’s Hospital, Canada
9.15am to 9.45am Metabolic Diseases Necessitating Liver Transplantation
Prof Mohamed Rela
Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre, India
9.45am to 10.15am Tea Break
10.15am to 10.40am NASH Cirrhotics – Underserved by Current Organ Allocation Policies?
Associate Professor Mohammad Shadab Siddiqui
VCU Health, US
10.40am to 11.05am Challenges in Screening and Cancer Detection in NASH
Dr Daniel Huang
National University Hospital, Singapore
11.05am to 11.30am Dealing with Bariatric Surgery and Liver Transplantation: What are the Strategies
Prof Orlando Torres
Federal University of Maranhão, Brazil
11.30am to 11.55am Liver Transplant Patients with the Spectrum of CAD
Dr Raymond Wong
National University Heart Centre, Singapore
11.55am to 12.15pm Q&A
12.15pm to 1.30pm Lunch Break
1.30pm to 2.00pm Comprehensive Metabolic Evaluation and Management of the Organ Transplant Candidates
Dr Hersharan Kaur Sran
National University Hospital, Singapore
2.00pm to 2.30pm Post-transplant Diabetes – Impact on Long-term Outcomes in Transplant Recipients
Prof Dan Yock Young
National University Hospital, Singapore
2.30pm to 2.50pm Anaesthetic Considerations for the NASH Liver Transplant Recipient
Dr Ho Ying Ci
Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
2.50pm to 3.10pm Perioperative Management of Liver Transplant Recipients with Portopulmonary Hypertension
Dr Tan Yi Wei
National University Hospital, Singapore
3.10pm to 3.30pm Management of Metabolic Syndrome in Liver Transplant Recipients
Dr Mark Muthiah
National University Hospital, Singapore
3.30pm to 3.50pm Recurrent and De Novo NASH Post Transplant
Dr Ruveena Bhavani Rajaram
UM Specialist Centre, Malaysia
3.50pm to 4.00pm Q&A

 

2 October 2022, Sunday

Time Session
8.00am to 8.30am Onsite Registration
8.30am to 9.00am Best Practices in Assessing Cardiovascular Risk in Living Organ Donors
A/Prof Adrian Low
National University Heart Centre, Singapore
9.00am to 9.20am Mixed Reality Technology to Enhance Donor Hepatectomy in LDLT
Dr Gao Yu Jia
National University Hospital, Singapore
9.20am to 9.40am Donor Steatosis in a NASH “epidemic” – Selecting and Optimizing Donors for LDLT
A/Prof Shridhar Iyer
National University Hospital, Singapore
9.40am to 10.00am Small Sized Grafts – When and How Low?
Prof Mohamed Rela
Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre, India
10.00am to 10.15am Q&A
10.15am to 10.45am Tea Break
10.45am to 10.55am Breaking News: Colorectal Liver Metastasis for Liver Transplantation – Our Experience on the First Case in Singapore
A/Prof Glenn Bonney
National University Hospital, Singapore
10.55am to 11.20am Machine Learning and AI in Transplant Research
Dr Mamatha Bhat
University of Toronto, Canada
11.20am to 11.45am Long-term Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery in Organ Transplant Recipients
Asst Prof Asim Shabbir
National University Hospital, Singapore
11.45am to 12.10pm Application of Pharmacogenomics for Organ Transplant Candidates
Prof Tai E Shyong and Dr Elaine Lo
National University Hospital, Singapore
12.10pm to 12.15pm Closing Remark
A/Prof Alfred Kow
National University Hospital, Singapore


*The programme may be revised without prior notice.