THE TRANSPLANTATION SOCIETY
The principal requirement for membership is an active interest in basic science, clinical research and/or improving clinical practice in the field of transplantation. All members must display prior and sustained interest in the field.
Full members shall be physicians, surgeons, scientists or other specialists, who are actively engaged in the science or clinical practice of organ, cell and tissue transplantation. Physicians and surgeons shall have advanced training or equivalent experience in the science and practice of organ and tissue transplantation. Non-physicians shall hold a doctoral degree or equivalent, be eligible for formal certification in their respective fields as determined by the Council, and committed postdoctoral activity in transplantation.
Trainee members shall include individuals enrolled in pre- or postdoctoral training programs relevant to the science and clinical practice of organ, cell and tissue transplantation, and individuals who have completed their training but have not yet qualified for full membership.
Associate members shall include individuals who have demonstrated a sustained and continued interest in the field of transplantation but who do not qualify for full or trainee membership. Associate members must hold a Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant certification and must have a minimum of two years of professional experience in the field of transplantation with continuing and active involvement in clinical medicine or research.
All applicants must accept the policies of the Ethics Committee by signing the Society Ethics Statement.