The Web and Social committee was formed during the 12th Congress of the Cell Transplant Society in recognition of the importance of maintaining a web and social media presence in the pursuit further scientific advancements in the field of cellular transplantation.
Promote visibility of the CTRMS.
Provide content for the CTRMS website.
Establish and maintain pages or groups in social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Draft guidelines for “code of conduct” on CTRMS pages in Social media.
Act as moderators in ongoing discussions and monitor posts to assure that discussions are within the frame of our Code of Conduct and no inappropriate or offensive posts remain published.
Make recommendations for apps that assist in the promotion of upcoming meetings.
Assist in the promotion of fundraising efforts approved by the CTRMS council.
Regularly report to the CTRMS Council the ongoing activities of the Council.
Invite recipients of the latest CTRMS Young Investigator Travel awards to participate in committee work by discussion and will function as beta-testers, reference group and will be encouraged to initiate blogs or discussions in CTRMS social media groups.