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Plenary Session 3 Speakers Revealed!

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How Will Big Data Transform Medicine and Transplantation

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Tom Bradicich

GM and VP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

How HP Enterprise's Moonshot & Edgeline Systems can be applied to the needs in global transplantation

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Atul ButtE

Professor, UCSF School of Medicine

How can we use large data in medicine

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Dorry Segev

Associate Vice Chair for Research, Johns Hopkins Medicine

What does large data tell us in Transplantation

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Webinar for YOUR Fellows and Students - OPEN TO MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS

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THIS WEBINAR WILL BE GIVEN IN SPANISH

THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 2017, 11AM EDT (MONTREAL TIME)

CHAGAS Y TRANSPLANTE / CHAGAS DISEASE AND TRANSPLANTATION
Prof Dr Francisco González-Martínez
Nephrologist / Nefrólogo University of Medicine – University of the Republic of Uruguay
Facultad de Medicina - Universidad de la República Montevideo – Uruguay
President of the Society of Latin American and Caribbean Transplantation (STALYC)
Presidente de la Sociedad de Trasplante de América Latina y el Caribe (STALYC)

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Plenary Session 1 Speakers Revealed!

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Improving Patient Outcomes - Organ Donation

Challenges to improving deceased organ donation - past, present and future

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Rafael Matesanz, Spain

Founder, National Transplant Organization Madrid

Molecular therapeutic targets to minimise ischemia reperfusion injury

Carmen Peralta

Carmen Peralta, Spain

Institut d'investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer

Normothermic perfusion – Will it live up to its promise

Peter J. Friend

Peter J. Friend, UK

Professor of Transplantation, University of Oxford

Other News: Transplantation feature article, Transplantation Direct - Biggest issue to date, IXA 2017 - Last Chance Early Registration, and much more!

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June 20, 2017 - Featured Member
Moving Mountains: A Surgeon's Fight to Legalize HIV-to-HIV Organ Transplants

Through Research and Advocacy, UCSF Doctor Helped Change Federal, State Laws

 Peter Stock, MD, PhD, a transplant surgeon at UC San Francisco, considers himself a representative specimen of his profession. “I think we’re all typically atypical,” he said, by which he means that transplant surgeons thrive on intensity, whether in the operating room or in pursuit of outside interests. At age 60, he still does about 75 transplants a year, including kidneys, livers and pancreases, runs the Boston Marathon every spring, and skis the American Birkebeiner, a cross-country ski marathon in Wisconsin, every winter. When he can take time off, he climbs mountains around the world.

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Peter Stock (right), MD, PhD, a transplant surgeon at UC San Francisco, has through his research and advocacy cleared the way for California’s first organ transplants from an HIV-positive donor to HIV-positive recipients. Photo by Susan Merrell

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In this issue: IXA 2017 - Interview with Richard Pierson III on how the program relates to all transplant professionals, Interesting article on Peter Stock about the concept that transplanting someone with HIV was safe and effective, CIRTA 2017 twitter feed, Peter Stock featured in an "In the News" article and much more!

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CIRTA 2017 WebAPP and final program now available, IXA 2017 program update, In the News and More!

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In this weeks issue: In Memoriam - David White and Alan Ting, Transplantation featured article and Best Paper Awards, In the News and Much More!

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In this issue: Update on TSS 2017 Meeting (Award winners, photos and presentation videos), Transplantation Journal featured article, In the News and more!

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Spain - Beatriz Domínguez-Gil to lead ONT

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Beatriz Domínguez-Gil (TTS Councilor) was named as the new Executive Director of the National Transplant Organization (ONT) succeeding Dr. Rafael Matesanz who leaves the institution after 28 years.

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