Why Join ISODP?

Foster, promote and develop all aspects of organ and tissue donation and procurement. The ultimate aim is to increase the supply of high quality organs and tissue to match the need.

Member Benefits:

  • Educational webinar recordings
  • Access to multimedia content from past congresses and webinars
  • Eligibility to apply for ISODP scholarships and travel grants
  • Access to the member directory
  • Reduced congress registration fees ($200 savings)
  • Reduced subscription rates for Transplantation Proceedings, Transplantation Reviews, and more
  • Voting and nomination rights for ISODP Council elections
  • ISODP Members receive $50 off their TTS membership dues when paying both at the same time
  • TTS’s Newsletter Tribune updating members on ISODP and TTS activities

ISODP Membership Requirements

A person may become a Member by submitting a completed application along with the necessary documentation.

There are three categories of membership: Full Members, Emeritus Members, and Honorary Members.

  • Full members are physicians, surgeons, scientists, coordinators or other specialists that maintain a specific interest in organ procurement and donation and whom are actively engaged in the science or clinical practice of organ, cell and tissue transplantation and donation (the “Field of Transplantation”).

  • Emeritus members are Full Members that have attained the age of 65 years or that have retired from practice in the Field of Transplantation and who have formally requested Emeritus membership. Emeritus Members do not have the right to vote or hold office on the Council but may serve on committees. Emeritus Members are exempt from paying annual membership dues.

  • Honorary members are invited to become Honorary Members by the Council of the Society and are individuals with a distinguised record in the Field of Transplantation irrespective of professional discipline. Honorary Members do not have the right to vote or hold office on the Council and shall be exempt from paying annual membership dues.

To apply for a new membership

The membership application is an online form that you will fill in guide you step by step. Fields with marked by an asterix (*) are mandatory. TTS, IPITA and IXA require that you specify the sponsor(s) supporting your application. When applying for a TTS membership, you will have to provide additional information such as your CV and short professional profile (one-paragraph biographical sketch).

At any time you will be able to log out and complete the application at a later date from where you left off, by logging in with your e-mail and password in the "Returning Applicants" box (to access the form again you will need to return to this page and use the login box found at the bottom right corner. DO NOT attempt to login to the main TTS site as this will not work). You will be able to review the status of your application by logging in with your e-mail and password at anytime.

Once your application has been submitted, the review process will take about 4 to 6 weeks. If your application is accepted, you will be notified by email. Please do not send payment for your dues prior to being accepted as a member.

If you are already a Member of The Transplantation Society and/or one of its sections, you may apply for membership through your membership profile.

To be able to complete this application you must have your CV prepared and saved on your computer (as a PDF document).

To renew a membership

Log into your ISODP Membership account and select the Pay Dues / Buy Journals link.

Contact for membership inquiries:

International Society for Organ Donation and Procurement
A section of The Transplantation Society
International Headquarters
740 Notre-Dame Ouest,Suite 1245
Montréal, QC, H3C 3X6 Canada
Tel: 514-874-1717, x216 | Fax: 514-874-1716
E-mail: membership@tts.org



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International Society for Organ
Donation and Procurement
740 Notre-Dame Ouest
Suite 1245
Montréal, QC, H3C 3X6