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.

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Call for Nominations - Transplantation Science Awards

The Transplantation Science Committee together with The Transplantation Society and Transplantation are pleased to announce the best manuscripts published by the journal in 2017. Named after two pioneering giants, a selection committee that included editors of Transplantation, The Transplantation Society, in addition to members and chairs of the Transplantation Science Committee will select two winners amongst a very competitive group of publications.

This year's awards will recognize manuscripts with important implications for transplantation.

Submit your nominations by May 1, 2018. All manuscripts from 2017 are eligible.


Member News

camilloCamillo Ricordi, Named a Fellow of National Academy of Inventors

Dr. Ricordi has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). Election to NAI Fellow status is the highest professional accolade bestowed solely to academic inventors who have demonstrated a prolific spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development, and welfare of society.

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Other Articles

  • Young Members Corner -¬†Lack of Qualified Nephrologists in Low-Income Countriesby Elmi Muller, Chair - Young Members Committee
  • University of Cape Town Course Announcement: Organ Donation - From Death to Life

In the News

  • Cardiovascular imaging identifies heart transplant graft rejection before symptoms
  • Our Medicare policy for kidney transplants is totally irrational
  • 3D-printed 'living ink' developed to aid organ transplants and clean up pollution
  • Should We Perform Head Transplants?
  • Reduced Demand, Increased Supply: Innovations Brightening Liver Transplantation Outcomes
  • Brain remaps itself in child with double hand transplant Organs
  • 'Prehabilitation' May Be Key to Obtaining Improved Liver Transplantation Outcomes
  • Many donor kidneys that are discarded may be suitable for transplantation

Deadline Reminders

TTS Officer / Council Nominations - January 31, 2018

TTS is seeking nominations for three Officer positions that will be vacated in 2018: President-Elect, Vice President and Treasurer. In addition, five of the 12 Councilors-at-large will be changing.

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Medawar Prize Nominations - January 31, 2018

The Medawar Prize, named after Society co-founder Sir Peter Medawar, is recognized as the world's highest dedicated award for the most outstanding contributions in the field of transplantation.

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Recognition Award Nominations - January 31, 2018

The Transplantation Society bestows Honours and Awards to recognize individuals contributing to the field of transplantation through outstanding achievement (for basic scientists, clinicians and in developing countries), and mentorship and training. All members of TTS in good standing are eligible to make nominations and to be nominated for these Awards.

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Women in Transplantation Awards - January 31, 2018

The Women in Transplantation (WIT) Steering Committee have created the Woman Leader in Transplantation Award to recognize a woman who has helped further the field of transplantation through research, policies, leadership, initiatives or other regarded contributions. Also created by the WIT Steering Committee, the Unsung Hero Award will be presented to one woman who has had an extraordinary impact in transplantation through community service, volunteering, mentorship or other community based activity.

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Official Sections of The Transplantation Society


Our Corporate Sponsors

TTS gratefully acknowledges the Corporate Partners whose generous support makes the work of the Society possible:

  • astellas
  • roche
  • sanofi