2010 Energing Economy Awards

NAME ABSTRACT TITLE
Heba Abdelrazik, Egypt

Human Platelet Lysate Alters Not Only The Expansion Potential Of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells But Also Its Effect On CD34 Selected Cord Blood Progenitors

Asik Ali, India

Renal Transplantation in the elderly :South Indian Experience

Gopal Basu, India

Concentration Controlled Mycophenolate Dosing in Renal Transplantation  in India

Rajendra Bhandari, Nepal

Eye donation  program in a developing country: poor resources towards technology.

Nirupama  Chandel, India

Variations in CYP3A4, CYP3A5 and MDR1 have an impact on gene transcription  and activity: importance in CNI metabolism

Si He, China

The Treatment and Risk Factors Analysis of Hypoglycemia in Diabetic rhesus Monkeys

Speranta Maria lacob, Romania

Survival outcomes following liver transplantation (SOFT) score?  A useful predictor of short term mortality in Romanian Liver Transplant Program

ShamiJhu Joshi, Nepal Attitude towards Kidney donation among Primary care patients in developing country.
Vera Morozova,  Russia

Contradictory impact of donor type 1 plasminogen activator inhibitor (PAI-1) gene promoter polymorphism on renal allograft survival

Li Zeng, China

Analysis of the Dead Cases in Pig-to-Rhesus Monkey Islet Transplantation

Individual Scientific Travel Award 2015

TSS 2015 Travel Awards

Heba Nabil Abdelrazik Egypt
Anjan Bongoni Australia
Joanna Cwykiel United States
Beth French United States
Takayuki Hirose Japan
Hui Liu Hong Kong
Xiaoqian Ma China
Veena Roberts Australia
Yoshihiro Saeki Japan
Kate Smith United States
Amar Singh United States
Masaaki Watanabe Sweden
Lei Zhang United States

IPITA-IXA-CTS 2015 Travel Awards

IPITA Track

Ahmed Arzouni, UK
Robert Crookston UK
Brian Eby US
Julie Hayward Canada
Mazhar Kanak, US
Hussein Khambalia UK
Rahul Krishnan, US
Chao Li Canada
Gopalakrishnan Loganathan US
Andrew Pepper Canada
Nancy Radke, USA
Robert Redfield, US
Sara Sackett, US
Letícia F Terra Brazil
Sara Ullsten Sweden
Wensheng Zhang US

IXA Track

Esme Dijke Canada
Beth French USA
Laura Higginbotham USA
Hayato Iwase US
Jaeyoung Kim Korea
Hyun Je Kim Korea
Whayoung Lee US
Natacha Madelon Switzerland
Gregory R. Martens USA
Byoung-Hoon Min Korea
Yi Wen Qian Australia
Jun-Seop Shin Korea
Yixiong Tan Australia
Aseda Tena US
Mehmet C Uluer USA
Ji-Jing Yan Korea

CTS Track

Sana Asif Sweden
Maria Coronel USA
Joanna Cwykiel USA
Melissa Davis US
Gaetano Faleo USA
Dacosta Fernandez UK
Anthony Frei US
Liza Grapensparr Sweden
Periklis Kyriazis USA
Sharon Lehec UK
Xiaoqian Ma China
Fabio Marongiu Italy
Giuseppe Pettinato USA
Omaima Sabek US
Kate Smith US
Leah Steyn USA

International Basic Science Mentee / Mentor Award


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The International Basic Science Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards for the 3rd ESOT Basic Science Meeting / 13th TTS Basic Science Symposium (BSM 2013) in Paris, France from November 7-9, 2013.


Submission is closed.


The Transplantation Society acknowledges the contributions of basic science to the field of Transplantation. The International Basic Science Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards recognizes the efforts of basic scientists who have advanced our understanding of transplant science/immunobiology and/or treatment of transplant recipients, as well as the young investigators who will be the future leaders in transplantation. The goals of this Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards are to (1) foster the training of new young investigators in the basic science of transplantation; (2) promote research in the basic science of transplantation; (3) encourage dialog and interactions between trainees and established investigators at the BSM 2013 Meeting.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Mentee must be currently enrolled as a graduate student or receiving training as a post-doctoral fellow within 5 years of receiving his/her PhD, MD or MD/PhD degree, at the time of application, which ever is most recent. Mentee must be conducting basic science/laboratory research, and be the first and presenting author of an accepted abstract (either oral or poster) at the BSM 2013 Meeting.
  • Mentor must be an internationally or nationally recognized basic scientist, with a strong record of past achievements in the field of transplantation at the level of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. The mentor must be the senior author of the same accepted abstract (either oral or poster) as the BMS 2013 Meeting.
  • Basic science is broadly defined as work in transplantation biology ranging from pertinent basic immunology, animal studies or translational research that involves materials from human patients. Basic science on all types of organ, tissue, and cell transplants will be considered. Clinical Science including Clinical Trials or Clinical Outcomes Investigations is excluded.
  • Mentee and Mentor must be active members of TTS and the National or International Society they are applying for (list above) or submitted applications for membership by the submission deadline. TTS Membership dues must be paid to date by July 1st 2013 otherwise; the applicants will be disqualified and not considered for funding. Please note that both Mentee and Mentor must attend the BSM 2013 Meeting in Paris and the network event organized by the Basic Science Committee of TTS. Attendance for both the Mentee and Mentor is required at the networking event. If either is not present they will forfeit the award (There will be no exceptions).

Application requirements:

  • Evidence of Abstract Submission to BSM 2013 Meeting.
  • Mentee CV.
  • Letter from Department Chair confirming the training status of the Mentee.

Application Process:

  • Deadline: July 15, 2013.
  • Upload Abstract submitted to BSM 2013
  • Upload CV
  • Upload letter from Department Chair

All information will be saved in a secure, password protected environment.

IMPORTANT: : No applications or supplementary documents will be accepted after the submission deadline.

When the application is complete, the applicant will receive a confirmation notice via e-mail with a confirmation number. Applicants are advised to print and keep the confirmation notice as proof of the nomination submission.

Review Process:

The Basic Science Sub-Committee will review the applications received by the submission deadline. Nominees will be notified of the outcome by August 26, 2013. Recipients will be awarded during the International Basic Science Mentee-Mentor Networking Event during the BSM 2013 Meeting in Paris, France.

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Funding Guidelines:

  • The International Basic Science Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards are intended to support mentee-mentor attendance and participation in the BSM 2013 Meeting in Paris. Each award to the Mentee will be in the amount of 1,000 Euro for Applicants from Europe and 2,000 Euro for all Applicants from other regions. The registration fee for the Mentor will be reimbursed after the meeting, if requested.
  • If budget allows, up to 30 Mentee-Mentor Awards will be awarded, based on the scientific excellence of the accepted abstract. Contingent upon having qualified applicants, there will be at least one award to each of the six geographical regions: Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East-Africa, North America and Oceania.
  • Each Mentee and Mentor can only receive one award.
  • Funds will be issued to the recipient and funds are not transferable from one recipient to another.

Participating Societies

TTS Short Logo The Transplantation Society (5 Awards)
cst Canadian Society of Transplantation (4 Awards)
dtg_2 Deutsche Transplantationsgesellschaft (2 Awards)
 ilts International Liver Transplantation Society (4 Award)
 ishlt The International Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation (4 Awards)
jst_2 Japan Society for Transplantation (3 Awards)
sft Société Francophone de Transplantation (4 Awards)
tsanz_2 The Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand (4 Awards)

 

Travel Grants 2013

Sajjad Ali Pakistan
Jun Araki Japan
Dmitry Bazarov Russia
Anjan K Bongoni Switzerland
Mariea Bosco Australia
Benjamin Bryner USA
Karolina M. Burghardt Canada
Julia M. Caliman Brazil
Ricardo Camprodon Gazulla United Kingdom
David Trejo Cervantes France
Laurens J. Ceulemans Belgium
Xiaoyong Chen China
Fui Jiun Choong Australia
Shruti Dave India
Paramjeet Dhadda United Kingdom
Amanda Dilenno United States
Daniel Espes Sweden
Carmen Fotino United States
Atsushi Fujio Japan
Johanna Grahammer Austria
Roberto Gramignoli Sweden
Donald Harris United States
Genevieve Huard United States
Carl Jorns Sweden
Amy Kelly United States
Alan Kerby United Kingdom
Jung Sik Kim Korea
KyungSook Kim Japan
Jennifer P Kitzmann United States
Mathew Koech Kenya
Goutham Kumar United States
Giacomo Lanzoni United States
Joey Lau Sweden
Whayoung Lee United States
Pablo Lobos Argentina
Qi Mao China
Brett McClelland Canada
Raphael Meier Switzerland
Shruti Mittal United Kingdom
Gopika G Nair United States
Ryuichi Nishimura Japan
Mihai Oltean Sweden
Harry H. Qin United Kingdom
Chloe Rackham United Kingdom
Mir Rahman Bangladesh
Avneesh Singh United States
Kisha N Sivanathan Australia
Kristen J. Skvorak United States
John M. Stewart United States
Masayuki Tasaki United States
Aseda Tena United States
Sara Ullsten Sweden
Vijayaganapathy Vaithilingam Australia
Vincenzo Villani United States
Martin von Websky Germany
Shiori Waki Japan
Annemarie Weissenbacher Austria
Christopher W. White Canada
Laura J. Wozniak United States
Satoru Yoshida Japan
Nathan W. Zammit Australia

Travel Grants 2011

Jun Araki Japan
Ana Paula Baptista Brazil
Dmitry Bazarov Russia
Julio Bermudez Colombia
Daniel Bowers USA
Ricardo Camprodon United Kingdom
Joanne Chia Australia
Priti Chougule Sweden
Andrea Ferencz Hungary
Alessandrina Freitas USA
Hani Haider Kuwait
Fadi Issa United Kingdom
Hannes Kalscheuer Germany
Gurvinder Kaur USA
Nilgun Kececioglu Turkey
Burnett Kelly USA
Cheng-Hung Lin USA
Zurab Machaidze USA
Beatriz Mahillo Spain
Raphael Meier Switzerland
Ryosuke Misawa USA
Eduardo Moraes Leao Peixoto USA
Gerhard Mundinger USA
Silke Niederhaus USA
Yoshihide Ogawa Japan
Mihai Oltean Sweden
Thomas Pech Germany
Alessandra Petrelli Italy
Peta Philips Australia
Chloe Rackham U.K.
Anand Sivaprakash Rathnasamy Muthusamy U.K.
Alvaro Rojas-Pena USA
Anne Margot Roskott Netherlands
Joseph Scalea USA
Holger Schäffler Germany
Franz Schaub Germany
Christian Schuetz USA
Michael Sereiniggs Austria
Robert Sucher Austria
Sharon Swain USA
Masayuki Tasaki Japan
Peter Thompson USA
Radbeh Torabi USA
Hsinlin Tsai Taiwan
Koichiro Uchida USA
Philip Wai USA
Jonathan Neil Walker U.K.
Martin Wijkstrom USA
Laura Wozniak USA
Telford Yeung Canada
Nathan Zammit Australia

2014 International Transplantation Science Mentee / Mentor Awards

2014 International Transplantation Science
Mentee / Mentor Awards


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The Transplantation Society (TTS), along with collaboration of
National and International Societies, acknowledges the contribution of
basic science to the field of Transplantation.

The International Transplantation Science Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards for the
2014 World Transplant Congress (WTC) in San Francisco, CA, USA from July 26-31, 2014.


Deadline to submit: March 21, 2014

apply


The Transplantation Society celebrates the contributions of basic science to the field of transplantation with the International Transplantation Science Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards by recognizing the efforts of basic scientists, who have advanced our understanding of transplant science/immunobiology and/or treatment of transplant recipients, and the young investigators who will be the future leaders in transplantation.

The goals of these Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards are to:

  1. Foster the training of new young investigators in the basic science of transplantation
  2. Promote research in the basic science of transplantation
  3. Encourage dialog and interactions between trainees and established investigators at the WTC 2014 Congress.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Mentee must be currently enrolled as a graduate student or receiving training as a post-doctoral fellow within 5 years of receiving his/her PhD, MD or MD/PhD degree, at the time of application, whichever is most recent. Mentee must be conducting basic science/laboratory research, and be the first and presenting author of a submitted abstract (either oral or poster) at the WTC 2014 Congress.
  • Mentor must be an internationally or nationally recognized basic scientist, with a strong record of past achievements in the field of transplantation at the level of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. The mentor must be the senior author of the same submitted abstract (either oral or poster) as the WTC 2014 Congress.
  • Transplantation science is broadly defined as work in transplantation biology ranging from pertinent basic immunology, animal studies or translational research that involves materials from human patients. Basic science on all types of organ, tissue, and cell transplants will be considered. Clinical Science including Clinical Trials or Clinical Outcomes Investigations is excluded.
  • Mentee and Mentor must be active members of TTS and the National or International Society whose awards they are applying for (list above), or have submitted applications for membership by the submission deadline. TTS Membership application must be completed with no outstanding fees; otherwise, the applicants will be disqualified and not considered for funding.
  • Please note that both Mentee and Mentor must attend the WTC 2014 Congress in San Francisco and the network event organized by the Transplantation Science Committee of TTS. Applicants not present at the network event will be disqualified and not receive funding. (There will be no exceptions).

Application requirements:

  • Evidence of Abstract Submission to WTC 2014 Congress.
  • Letter from Department Chair confirming the training status of the Mentee.

Application Process:

  • Deadline: March 21, 2014.
  • Upload Abstract submitted to WTC 2014 Congress
  • Upload letter from Department Chair

All information will be saved in a secure, password protected environment.

IMPORTANT: No applications or supplementary documents will be accepted after the submission deadline.

When the application is complete, the applicant will receive a confirmation notice via e-mail with a confirmation number. Applicants are advised to print and keep the confirmation notice as proof of the nomination submission.

Review Process:

The Transplantation Science Committee will review the applications received by the submission deadline. Nominees will be notified of the outcome by May 2, 2014. Recipients will be awarded during the International Transplantation Science Mentee-Mentor Networking Event during the WTC 2014 Congress in San Francisco, CA, USA.

Funding Guidelines:

  • The International Transplantation Science Mentee-Mentor Travel Awards are intended to support mentee-mentor attendance and participation in the WTC 2014 Congress in in San Francisco, CA, USA. Each award to the Mentee will be in the amount of  $1,250 USD for applicants from North America and $2,000 USD for all applicants from other regions.
  • The registration fee for the Mentor will be reimbursed after the meeting, only if requested. Mentors must pay the registration fee; if the registration is paid from another party your registration fee will not be refunded.
  • If budget allows, up to 21 Mentee-Mentor Awards will be awarded, based on the scientific excellence of the accepted abstract. Contingent upon having qualified applicants, there will be at least one award to each of the six geographical regions: Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East-Africa, North America and Oceania.
  • Each Mentee-Mentor team can only receive one award.
  • Funds will be issued to the recipient and funds are not transferable from one recipient to another.

Participating Societies

Sole Funding

TTS Short Logo The Transplantation Society (2 Awards)

Jointly funded with TTS

CST new colour logo Canadian Society of Transplantation (2 Awards)
dtg_2 Deutsche Transplantationsgesellschaft (2 Awards)
esot European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) (1 Award)
ilts International Liver Transplantation Society (4 Award)
ishlt The International Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation (2 Awards)
jst logo Japan Society for Transplantation (2 Awards)
sft Société Francophone de Transplantation (2 Awards)
thai transplantation society Thai Transplantation Society (2 Awards)
tsanz_2 The Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand

(2 Awards)


Deadline to submit: March 21, 2014

apply

Travel Grants 2004

Anders ASBERG Oslo Norway
Brenda M. BOOMA Rotterdam Netherlands
Andrew R. BUSHELL Oxford UK
Maria M. CARVALHO-GASPAR Oxford UK
Immaculada HERRERO-FRESNEDA Barcelona Spain
Nicholas D. JONES Oxford UK
Thomas LAUMONIER Geneva Switzerland
Hanna Maria SAVOLAINEN-PELTONEN Helsinki Finland
Robert A. CINA Boston USA
Juan L. CONTRERAS Birmingham USA
Thomas FEHR Boston USA
Dax. A. GUENTHER Boston USA
Christine L. HSIEH Stanford USA
Bibo KE Los Angeles USA
Patricia W. LEE Boston USA
Ashok MUNIAPPAN Boston USA
Shuji NOBORI Boston USA
Erica D. RIDDLE Stanford USA
Natalya V SEMILETOVA Los Angeles USA
Justyna STANISLAWSKA Warsaw Poland
Juaita M. SHAFFER Charlestown USA
Andrew L. SNOW Stanford USA
Masahiro TANEMURA Osaka Japan
Shuichiro UEHARA Boston USA
Maria VAYSBERG Stanford USA
Mario VILATOBA Birmingham USA
Minh Diem VU Boston USA
Karl. L. WOMER Gainsville USA
Satoshi YAMAMOTO Osaka Japan

Our Corporate Sponsors

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

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