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International Pancreas and Islet Transplantation Association

The International Pancreas and Islet Transplantation Association aims to serve the pancreas and islet transplant scientific community in providing a forum for the open exchange of knowledge and expertise in order to facilitate the advancement of the clinical practice of pancreas and islet transplantation for the treatment of human diabetes.
James Markmann, IPITA President
United States

New IPITA Beta-Cell Bulletin - October Issue

This quarterly newsletter highlights the latest and most relevant publications in our field, as well as association news, and updates on meetings and educational activities.

In this Issue: The IPITA 2021 Virtual Congress last chance to register; IPITA Business Meeting Announcement; We have compiled a list of Recent Publications of interest to our field

New IPITA Educational Initiative

On behalf of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplantation Association (IPITA) Council, we would like to share with you an exciting new initiative, the "IPITA Curriculum on Pancreas & Islet Cell Transplantation".

Video Testimonials

    Welcome our New Members in 2021

    • Humberto Bohorquez, Ochsner Health, New Orleans, USA
    • Eelco J.P. de Koning,  Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
    • Stephanie George, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA
    • Kedar Ghimire, University of Sydney, Australia
    • Volkert Huurman, Leiden University Medical Center,  The Netherlands
    • Esposito Laure, CHU Rangueil Toulouse, France
    • Paraish Misra, University of Toronto, Canada
    • Pedro Ventura-Aguiar, Hospital Clínic Barcelona, Spain
    • Muqing Yang, Tenth People's Hospital affiliated to Tongji University, China

    Recent multimedia additions

    IPITA Members now have access to Pancreas/Islet related videos from TTS 2020

    Recordings from IPITA 2019 Lyon are now Available!

    A Statement from IPITA

    IPITA rejects racism and discrimination, hatred and abuse, prejudice and intolerance. IPITA supports those suffering injustice, stands on the foundation of equality and pursues the greater good for the benefit of all people and for a better world.

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