Scientific Federation welcomes all the participants to the Global Congress on Nephrology & Urology which aims to promote communication about current research and practice in nephrology and urology. The congress will be held from March 25-26, 2021 in Osaka, Japan.
The theme for this year is “Exploring New Definitions in Nephrology and Urology to Improve Health and Well-Being"
The event will foster the progress and development of all aspects of nephrology and promotes research in allied disciplines. It will further provide the knowledge, tools, and resources to all the academic and business professionals and helps in advancing their goals through active collaboration to make a huge difference in the lives of those encountered in different healthcare settings.
The conference will present the latest research results to understand the determinants of health and will further analyze trends to advance knowledge and practice for providing culturally competent care. The expert faculty will educate the audience about current progress, challenges, and solutions by sharing the most innovative and evidence-based clinical practices that have been successfully implemented and help in paving way for further research in the field.
The sessions of the conference include nephrology and renal studies; genetic kidney diseases; renal pathology; pediatric nephrology; kidney transplantation; genitourinary surgery; neonatal urology; and, urology robotic surgery. The scientific program will witness an exciting lineup of speakers who will discuss recent research advancements in nephrology and urology and will include several inspiring talks and lectures along with oral and poster presentations. The conference serves as an excellent platform for both celebrated professionals and early career researchers and will witness exhibits from industry and businesses. We hope this conference will promote communication and foster partnerships among the scholarly and business communities for better outcomes.
We look forward to welcoming you to Nephrology-2021 in Osaka, Japan.