TTS 2016. Part I
Our Program Committee has been hard at work putting together an engaging and informative lineup of session topics and speakers. In addition to TTS President, Philip J. O’Connell, our plenary speakers will include Christophe Legendre (Impact of Complement Binding and Non-binding Antibodies on Rejection), Marina Berenguer (Magnitude of Hepatitis C in Solid Organ Transplantation), and Felix Meissner (Proteomics: Eavesdropping on Communicating Immune Cells).
Not only are our longstanding members and followers offering their usual sizeable contributions to this event, we are also noticing a growing interest from students and young leaders in the field. An unprecedented number of Asian specialists have also come onboard to share their specific expertise on living donation. New perspectives, priceless knowledge, fresh ideas, and groundbreaking experience will all play a vital role in making this edition of the International Congress a must on your summer to-do list.
The Headquarters team has also been working closely with its local partners in Hong Kong and is very excited about everything this wonderful destination has to offer. Whether you are looking to marvel at a world famous skyline, indulge in new and exciting culinary experiences, or shop to your heart’s content, Hong Kong is sure to have just the thing to make your stay as enjoyable as it will be educational. With a destination that is easy to reach, having affordable accommodation, and an overall family-friendly atmosphere, there is no excuse not to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to discover this diverse metropolis.
We are also proud to offer extremely low registration rates for students, fellows, trainees and allied health professionals, as well as a very beneficial early bird registration for all. Make sure to take advantage of these discounted rates by registering by May 16, 2016!
For those who want to show their support for the worldwide educational initiative that is the TTS Congress and take on a true leadership role in medical education, transplantation science and global ethical practices, the Organizing Committee is offering a multitude of diversified and customizable sponsorship opportunities to guarantee that your particular goals are met. There is no better time or place to communicate your brand to the rapidly rising transplant community in Asia – Hong Kong being by far one of the most strategic markets for entering new territories and broadening your reach, not to mention showing a true dedication to the progression of the industry. We are committed to building fruitful partnerships and working closely with all of those willing to contribute to this endeavor we all hold near and dear to our hearts. Stay tuned and informed about our progress through our monthly congress newsletter.