TTS is a Non-Governmental Organization in official relations with the World Health Organization (WHO)

The Transplantation Society is a non-profit NGO providing global leadership in transplantation. Our core mission include the development of the science and clinical practice, scientific communication, continuing education and guidance on the ethical practice.

Click here to see a quick list of all our events this fall
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TTS Series
TTS Masterclass Series
Free for TTS and Section Members
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IPITA Curriculum
IPITA Curriculum on Pancreas & Islet Cell Transplantation
Free for IPITA / TTS Members
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IXA-CTRMS 2021
Joint Congress of the International Xenotransplantation Association (IXA) and the Cell Transplant and Regenerative Medicine Society (CTRMS)
Discounts for Members and emerging economy nation residents
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TTS-WIT
TTS Women in Transplantation Networking Event @ ASHI 2021 - Pathways to creating equity and inclusion: change is our collective responsibility
Free to all medical professionals
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ISUTx 2021
3rd International Congress of the International Society of Uterus Transplantation (ISUTx)
Free to all medical professionals with an interest in the field
Oct. 8 Details
IPTA
1st IPTA VIRTUAL Fellows & Allied Health & Nursing Professionals (AHNP) Meeting
Free to all fellows and AHNPs
Oct. 14-15, 22 Details
International Forum
International Donation and Transplantation Legislative and Policy Forum hosted by Transplant Québec and Transplantation Research Program (CDTRP)
Free to attend and the forum aims to create recommendations that can be used to improve the legislative and policy framework surrounding organ and tissue donation and transplantation.
Oct. 14-15 Details
IRTA
Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplant Association (IRTA) Webinar on Disease Modifying Therapy in Short Bowel Syndrome
Free to all medical professionals with an interest in the field
Oct. 19 Details
IPITA 2021
Virtaul 2021 Congress of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplantation Association (IPITA)
Discounts for Members and free for IPITA Members who are Students/Fellows/Trainees/Allied Healthcare Professionals
Oct. 20-23 Details
TID Cases
Transplant Infectious Disease Section Interesting Cases Webinar
Free to all medical professionals with an interest in Infectious Diseases in Transplantation
Oct. 25 Details
TTS Webinar
TTS Anesthesia and Critical Care Committee Fall 2021 Webinar
Free to all medical professionals with an interest in the field
Oct. 27 Details
ISODP
ISODP 2021 Webinar Series (3 days x2 hours)
Free to all ISODP and TTS Members
Nov. 1-3 Details
TTS-WIT
TTS Women in Transplantation Webinar on Living Kidney Donation
Free to all medical professionals with an interest in the field
Nov. 15 Details
TID 2021
Transplant Infectious Disease Section 2021 Virtual Congress
Free to all medical professionals with an interest in Infectious Diseases in Transplantation
Nov. 17-18 Details
Recent events call for a reaffirmation of essential values held by the worldwide community of transplant providers.

Indeed, in this period when inequities in access to healthcare are stretched and emphasised, we feel compelled to highlight the universal value of organ donation and the immense success achieved by transplantation. Donation implies generosity and solidarity, and should take place daily, routinely and peacefully around the globe regardless of age, gender, race, education or income of donors. This Gift of Life is gratefully accepted by recipients in dire need of an organ to continue to live regardless of their age and gender, among others. International Medical Societies representing Transplantation Professionals across the globe support and nurture diversity and inclusion among their members, fostering education, and stand against any form of barriers in access, knowledge, transition and required training around the "Gift of Life", particularly that related to gender, race, religion and income. We embrace a call of action to support equitable access to transplantation for all patients with end-stage organ diseases, and the value of gender and race equality in access to education and career development in the diverse fields of transplant healthcare professions.

News and Official Journal

The Tribune Pulse, weekly TTS digest of updates and world transplantation news.

Official Newsletter of TTS featuring a quarterly update on TTS activities and news.

Official journal of TTS. The most cited journal in Transplantation.

Official open-access rapid electronic publication of peer reviewed articles

Latest Videos

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Faissal Shaheen, Ines Ushiro-Lumb, Richard Hasz, Ricardo La Hoz

52 Presentations free for TTS and IPITA Members

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Member News

Elmi Muller is the new Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Stellenbosch University (SU)

Matt Cooper to lead United Network for Organ Sharing Board of Directors.

TTS is sad to announce the passing of TTS Medawar Laureate, Jean-Michel Dubernard.

TTS is sad to announce the passing of renowned immunologist and TTS Member, Barbara Murphy.

TTS 2020 Awards

The Medawar Prize

Recognized as the world's highest dedicated award for the most outstanding contributions in the field of transplantation.

Application Extended Deadline - May 22, 2020

TTS Thomas Starzl Innovation Award

The award recognizes individuals who, though advanced and original work, have contributed significantly to transplantation, thereby reflecting the spirit pioneered by Dr. Starzl.

Application Extended Deadline - May 22, 2020

TTS Recognition Awards

These awards recognize individuals who have made a major international impact in the field of transplantation.

Application Extended Deadline - May 22, 2020

WIT Awards

The Woman Leader in Transplantation Award and Unsung Hero Award will be presented to women with extraordinary impact in the field.

Application Extended Deadline - May 22, 2020

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Initiatives

Endorsed by over 100 international organizations. Visit us online at http://declarationofistanbul.org for the latest news and updates.

The Transplantation Society is an Non-Governmental Organization in official relations with the World Health Organization (WHO).

TTS's WIT initiative has been working to promote women in the field of transplantation and be an advocate for equity for patients and careers.

Representing the most comprehensive source to date of worldwide data concerning activities in organ donation and transplantation.

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Save the date! Join our Anesthesia and Critical Care Committee webinar to learn more about liver transplantation assessment, HK liver experience, fluid management, and more! When: Oct. 27, 10 AM (ET) More info: bit.ly/3iBA0tW

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Join our TID-TTS webinar on "SOT Patients with Skin Lesions - What Comes to Mind?" Our panel of experts will discuss differential diagnoses and the diagnostic approaches including novel microbiologic tests. When: Monday, Oct. 25 More info: bit.ly/3FspvDd

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Interested in organ donation policy? Don't miss the International Donation and Transplantation Policy and Legislative Forum happening Oct. 14 and 15! More info bit.ly/3iISadp #OrganDonation #TransplantationTwitter #TransplantationPolicy

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The Transplantation Society
International Headquarters
505 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
Suite 1401
Montréal, QC, H2Z 1Y7
Canada