TTS Executive Director Retiring

Our Executive Director, Jean-Pierre Mongeau, will be retiring at the end of this month after more than a decade with TTS. During his time with us, Jean-Pierre has overseen the many successes of our organization including the expansion and diversification of our membership, increasing our financial stake in our journal, (Transplantation), partnering with Jeremy Chapman in the creation of our open-access journal (Transplantation Direct), the development of a solid financial management strategy, and a multitude of other new initiatives, partnerships and collaborations with national, regional and sister organizations.

Most importantly, Jean-Pierre has kept us on track as the global leader in transplantation through his professionalism, hard work and relationship building.

Jean-Pierre is leaving us in good health to actively focus on his many hobbies and interests. He is an avid photographer, an experienced sailor, a motorcycle enthusiast, and a nature lover who loves combining his love of the outdoors with his fitness. Jean-Pierre is looking forward to this next chapter of his life with his wife (Susan), his children (Natalie and Phil), as well as his new dog (Weston), aptly named after one of his favorite photographers.

Jean-Pierre will be missed greatly by our entire organization, the IHQ staff, the many friends he has made and especially by the six current and past TTS Presidents he has worked closely with over his tenure (Gerhard Opelz, Francis Delmonico, Philip O’Connell, Nancy Ascher, Mehmet Haberal and Marcelo Cantarovich).

On behalf of the entire TTS Membership, we would like to sincerely thank Jean-Pierre for his years of service and extend a debt of gratitude for the many successes we enjoy that would have not been possible without his leadership.

You may send your well wishes to jp.mongeau@tts.org and we will forward them to Jean-Pierre.


New International Forum - Free to Attend for Virtual Attendees

The goal of the International Forum is to create evidence-informed expert consensus recommendations with the objective of improving organ and tissue donation and transplantation laws and policy. The objective is to create aspirational recommendations that can be adapted for use in donation and transplant systems around the world. TTS is endorsing as well as sponsoring this forum.

1st IPTA VIRTUAL Fellows and Allied Health & Nursing Professionals (AHNP) Meeting

We are delighted to introduce our 1st IPTA Virtual Fellows and Allied Health & Nursing Professionals (AHNP) Meeting. We would like to take this opportunity to invite early career transplant physicians/surgeons, Fellows and all Allied Health & Nursing Professionals to join us to gain knowledge of Pediatric Transplantation.

Supercharge your fall education!

Our fall educational calendar is full of opportunities for transplant professionals!
Many of these activities are free, free to members, or have very low registration fees.

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TTS Series
TTS Masterclass Series
Free for TTS and Section Members
Recordings Details
IPITA Curriculum
IPITA Curriculum on Pancreas & Islet Cell Transplantation
Free for IPITA / TTS Members
Recordings Details
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
Details
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

DICG September Newsletter - September 2021

In this issue, we have decided to focus on recent news articles and publications with a spotlight on India. The articles were written by members of the DICG. India now performs one of largest number of transplants world-wide. We acknowledge the great strides our colleagues in India have taken to eradicate Organ Trafficking and Organ Comericialism in India as well as promote equity in transplantation. The focus on India is to better understand some of the challenges to ethical transplantation. Our colleagues and endorsing organizations are working hard to improve all aspects of transplantation in India. We encourage discussion and hope that this newsletter will be a catalyst for open discourse.

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ISN - TTS Sister Transplant Centers Program Application Deadline

The ISN - TTS Sister Transplant Centers Program is now accepting applications until October 1st, 2021

The program is a joint partnership between the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and The Transplantation Society (TTS) to help establish new kidney transplant centers and develop existing kidney transplant programs in emerging countries. Please note that the program is open to all ISN and TTS members. This initiative fosters partnerships between experienced transplant centers in the developed world (Supporting Centers or SCs) and new and developing transplant centers (Emerging Centers or ECs) in low-resource regions, providing a framework and funding for up to six years of collaboration if adequate progress is made.


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