The 38th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Nephrology (KSN 2018)



 
Greetings from the 38th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Nephrology (KSN 2018) secretariat!

 

On behalf of the KSN 2018 Organizing Committee, we are pleased to inform you that the KSN 2018 will be held in Seoul, Korea on May 17-20, 2018.

 

The watch word of KSN 2018 is “A new milestone for nephrology”. KSN 2018 is preparing international symposia with the most recent updates in each field of nephrology, and special sessions for future medicine. We firmly believe that the KSN 2018 will be a more flourished international meeting both in quality and quantity. We are planning inspiring events featuring some of the world’s most renowned professionals in the field, key opinion leaders in the global nephrology community, distinguished keynote speakers, and panelists to share their experiences and exchange knowledge. We expanded the travel grant to more countries and with a greater extent than previously. We also aim to create a warm event where we can socialize with as many people as possible, and build a strong networking with each other.

 

 

Title The 38th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Nephrology (KSN 2018)
Date May 17 (Thu) – 20 (Sun), 2018
Place Grand Hilton Seoul, Seoul, Korea
Host The Korean Society of Nephrology

The Research Institute of Kidney Disease

Official Language English & Korean
Program Opening Ceremony, Plenary Session, Symposium, Oral & Poster Session, Exhibition,

Welcome Reception, Gala Dinner

Important Dates Abstract Submission Deadline: February 28 (Wed), 2018

Acceptance Notice: March 13 (Tue), 2018

Pre-registration Deadline: April 13 (Fri), 2018

Website www.ksnmeeting.kr
Secretariat E-mail. office@ksnmeeting.kr  Tel. 82-2-3452-7132  Fax. 82-2-521-8683

 

Call for Abstracts

The Scientific Committee of KSN 2018 cordially invites you to submit abstracts for oral and poster sessions.

 

Topics

-Acute Kidney Injury

-Inherited Kidney Disease (Pediatric nephrology)

-Diabetes and Obesity

-Dialysis

-Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base

-Glomerular and Tubulointerstitial Disorders (CKD)

-Hypertension and Vascular Biology

-Transplantation

-Non-dialysis CKD

-Others