Eastern and Central Europe

The Eastern and Central Europe region is represented by the ISN Eastern and Central Europe Regional Board. The members of the board are the ‘eyes and the ears of ISN’ within the region and across the whole range of activities.

First NameLast NameRoleSecondary RoleMailing Country
VladimirTesarChairExCom LiaisonCzech Republic
SanjinRackiDeputy ChairCroatia
MarioLaganovicAffiliated Society RepresentativeCroatian Soc of Neph, Dialysis & Transplantation (President)Croatia
RadomirNaumovicAffiliated Society RepresentativeSerbian Soc of Neph (President)Serbia
AndrejSkoberneAffiliated Society RepresentativeSlovenian Society of Neph (President)Slovenia
AndrzejOkoAffiliated Society RepresentativePolish Society of Neph (President)Poland
AdrianCovicAffiliated Society RepresentativeRomanian Soc of Neph (President) / Transplant Community RepresentativeRomania
LaszloRosivallAffiliated Society RepresentativeHungarian Soc of Neph (President)Hungary
MyftarBarbullushiAffiliated Society RepresentativeAlbanian Society of Neph (President)Albania
AlaatinYildizAffiliated Society RepresentativeTurkish Soc of Neph Rep (President)Turkey
MaiOts-RosenbergAffiliated Society RepresentativeEstonian Soc of Neph (Rep)Estonia
GoceSpasovskiAffiliated Society RepresentativeMacedonian Soc of NDT & Artificial Organs (President)Macedonia
HalimaResicAffiliated Society RepresentativeAssoc for Neph, Dialysis & Transplant Bosnia & Herzegovi Rep (President)Bosnia and Herzegovina
MirnaAlecovic-HalilovicMemberYNC RepresentativeBosnia and Herzegovina
ZehraAydinMemberNurse MemberTurkey
Mehmet SukruSeverMemberTurkey
EvaHonsovaMemberCzech Republic
LudmilaPodrackaMemberPediatric RepresentativeSlovakia

Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Republic of Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Slovakia, Turkey.

If you are interested in our nephrology training and education programs and would like to get involved in expanding nephrology in Eastern and Central Europe, contact Eastern and Central Europe Regional Board Staff Liaison Dominique Tudor (dtudor@theisn.org)