Day 1 - Sunday, 24 May 2020

 13:00 PMRegistration & Welcome Coffee 
 14:00 PMOpening 
 Session 1:  Preparation for Transplantation 
 14:05 PMImmunology in Transplantations
Arjan Lankester
Leiden University, the Netherlands
 14:45 PMPre-Transplant Assessment of Infectious Diseases 
 15:10 PMUpdate on Donor-related Infections
Michael Green
University of Pittsburgh, United States
 15: 35 PMImmunization in a pre transplant population
Klara Posfay-Barbe
University of Geneva, Switzerland
 16:00 PMDiscussion 
 16:15 PMCoffee Break 
 Session 2: Bacterial Infections in Pediatric Transplant
 16:45 PM

Antimicrobial prophylactic strategies before and after solid organ transplantation
Marian Michaels
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, United States

 17:05 PMManaging Emerging Multidrug resistant organisms in transplant patients
Anita Verma
King College Hospital, United Kingdom
 17:25 PMPrevention of healthcare associated infections in transplant patients - what you should know
Joshua Schaffzin
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, United States
 17:45 PMThe Real Life Situation - Clinical Case presentations
Anita Verma
King College Hospital, United Kingdom
 18:15 PMWelcome reception + Poster viewing 
 19:00 PM

Workshop Dinner


Day 2 - Monday, 25 May 2020

 Session 3: Viral Infections in Pediatric Transplant
 08:30 AMEBV in Pediatric SOT
Upton Allen
SickKids Hospital, Canada
 08:55 AMCMV in Pediatric SOT: How the TTS Guidelines Apply to Children
Lara Danziger-Isakov
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, United States
 09:20 AMAdenovirus in Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant Recipients 
 09:45 AMChallenging Cases in Respiratory Viruses in Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant Recipients 
 10:10 AMDiscussion 
 10:20 AMCoffee Break 
 Session 4:  Fungal Infections in Pediatric Transplant
 10:50 AMEpidemiology and Risk Factors: Who is the patient at risk?
Adilia Warris
University of Exeter, United Kingdom
 11:15 AMFungal Diagnostics: How to spot the fungus
Paul Verweij
Radboud University, the Netherlands
 11:40 AMTreatment & Prophylaxis: How to get rid of the fungus
Theo Zaoutis
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, United States
 12:05 PMClinical Case 
 12:30 PMDiscussion 
 12:40 PMLunch 
 Session 5: Prophylaxis and Treatment options in development
 13:40 PMVarious Industries will be invited to present on their pipeline developments 
 14:30 PMRound table Discussion: What does the field need for prevention and treatment of ID
Infections in Transplant patients
 15:00 PMClosing Remarks 
 15:10 PMEnd of the meeting