Women’s access to waitlist and renal transplantation. Argentinian reality.

Silvina Aleman, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Gender disparities in transplantation in India

Urmila Anandh, Delhi, India

The concept of intersectionality in bioethical debates: A systematic review

Lisa Brünig, Hannover, Germany

Characterization of the longitudinal dynamics of soluble and cellular immune mediators in pediatric liver transplantation (pLTx) identified cytokine/chemokine signatures potentially linked to recovery

Evgeny Chichelnitskiy, Hannover, Germany

Pregnancy after transplantation: A review of 30 years of data collection

Lisa A. Coscia, Philadelphia, USA

Comparison of functional outcomes following ray and proximal phalanx amputation of the fingers: A retrospective cohort study showing sex differences

Nadjib Dastagir, Hannover, Germany

Influence of recipient sex on liver transplantation outcome: A single center analysis

Daphne DeTemple, Hannover, Germany

Gender gap in interventional radiology: What are the differences between female and male interventional radiologists at career entry and in their career development?

Cornelia Dewald, Hannover, Germany

Incidence and risk factors for fatty liver disease in biopsies after liver transplantation

Katharina Hupa-Breier, Hannover, Germany

Donor and recipient sex disparities in living kidney donation in Australia: An exploratory analysis of the socio-demographic drivers

Siah Kim, Sydney, Australia

Sex-based differences in listing and waitlist outcomes for dual liver-kidney transplantation in the United States

Emily A. Leven, New York, USA

Sex differences in psychosocial constructs associated with organ transplantation – Results of a KTx360°-substudy

Mariel Nöhre, Hannover, Germany

Partnership status, partnership satisfaction and sex differences in living kidney donors

Mariel Nöhre, Hannover, Germany

Gender disparities in renal replacement therapies in Colombia

Jessica L. Pinto, Bogotá, Colombia

Gender Imbalance in Liver Transplant Surgery – Reflection from United Kingdom Liver Transplant (UKLT) field

Agimol Pradeep, London, United Kingdom

Budd-Chiari syndrom due to myeloproliferative neoplasms – A female disease? – Transplantation outcomes and post-transplant management

Aysun Tekbas, Jena, Germany

Female sex as a risk factor for cardiovascular alterations in conjunction with overweight and obesity in children

Jeannine von der Born, Hannover, Germany

Excellence in organ transplantation – The female patient perspective

Claire Williment, London, United Kingdom