ISBTS 2015 Update

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee and the Council of the ITA we wish to invite you to the XIV INTERNATIONAL SMALL BOWEL TRANSPLANT SYMPOSIUM – (ISBTS 2015) that will be held on June 10-13, 2015 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

We are organizing an unforgettable, state-of-the-art Symposium that will surpass your expectations. For the first time, three scientific organizations, The Transplantation Society (TTS), the Intestinal Transplant Association (ITA), and the Argentinean Society of Transplantation (SAT), will be working together. The title of the 15th ISBTS is "A Comprehensive Meeting on Intestinal Failure, Rehabilitation, and Transplantation". The aim is to educate participants on the latest advances in all aspects of intestinal care including nutritional support, gut rehabilitation and intestinal transplantation by bringing together the world's experts in these fields.

The Scientific Committee is working to develop a comprehensive program that will include workshops, debates, and keynote lectures. The 14th ISBTS will be preceded by a one day Pre-Meeting Symposium that will provide a primer on all aspects of intestinal care including enteral and parenteral nutrition, management of intestinal failure and rehabilitation and intestinal transplantation techniques.

The meeting venue, the Universidad Católica Auditoriums is located in the youngest and most modern neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. From there you will be able to enjoy one of the most beautiful and dynamic cities in Latin America, that features stunning architecture and a vibrant cultural life. There will be ample opportunity for touring/sight-seeing, shopping, and other outings designed to showcase the feel of this vibrant, Latin American city. A full social program that will include an Opening Ceremony and Reception, and a Tango Gala Dinner, among other events will make your evenings unforgettable.

Visit regularly for the latest updates and check back in late October for the start of registration and secure your early bird registration rate.