Society of Pediatric Liver Transplantation

Videos are now available!

Announcing the results of the SPLIT 2020 RFA Competition – 3 New Projects funded

The SPLIT Executive is delighted to share the results of the 2020 SPLIT RFA Competition and welcome 3 new projects utilizing and benefiting from the SPLIT infrastructure as follow:

Dr. George Mazariegos – Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, USA

Development of a Machine Learning Composite Measure for Graft Outcome Selection in Pediatric Liver Transplantation

Dr. Voytek Slowik – Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, USA.

Monitoring Practices After Pediatric Liver Transplantation and Associations with Patient Outcomes.

Dr. Sarah Taylor – Lurie Children’s Hospital, Chicago USA

Influence of co-morbidities on liver transplant outcomes in Biliary Atresia

Dr. Jack Daniel – Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City USA.

Influence of co-morbidities on liver transplant outcomes in Biliary Atresia

View a short video about SPLIT


  1. Visit our online application form.
  2. Complete the form.
  3. After your application has been approved, you will receive a SPLIT member login

If you are a member of TTS and/or section simply email to add this membership to your profile.

For more information about SPLIT membership or other questions, please email:

SPLIT-IRTA Email ListServ

The SPLIT leadership recognized the need for real-time exchange of pediatric data in this unprecedented time. In that spirit we are partnering with IRTA to develop a listserv to help track and address both COVID 19 related queries as well as general discussions related to the care of hepatology, pre- and post-liver and intestinal transplant patients.

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Open to all Health-Care professionals!

COVID -19 Post Liver Transplantation Data Collection Registry for Pediatric Patients (0-21 years)

Our intention is to collect and disseminate the experience of our community to better understand the clinical presentation, natural history and long-term outcomes in our hepatology and liver and intestinal transplant population.

In Case You Missed the TTS-SPLIT Webinar on Tuesday, May 5, 2020.

After 23 years of being known as "Studies of Pediatric Liver Transplantation” with center-based membership, SPLIT formally incorporated to become the “Society of Pediatric Liver Transplantation” at the end of 2018.
Vicky Ng, SPLIT President
January 2019
The SPLIT Education Committee...oversees an annual SPLIT meeting, which has become the “go-to” educational and networking event each year for the pediatric liver transplant academic community.
Marcelo Cantarovich, TTS President-Elect and Education Committee Co-Chair
June 2019
Over the past decade, SPLIT has continued to grow in scope and membership, but remains constant with the unwavering vision to be the voice for children requiring liver transplantation.
Vicky Ng, SPLIT President
September 2019


A recent analysis led by SPLIT investigators

A recent analysis led by SPLIT investigators (Drs. Perito, Hsu, Mogul and Mazariegos) showed that waitlist deaths could be significantly decreased, and liver transplants increased, for children and the sickest adults, by prioritizing children for pediatric livers and with broader national sharing of deceased donor livers, using the Liver Simulated Allocation Model (LSAM) and Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR) data. This SharePeds LSAM manuscript was just made available on PubMed:, and will appear in the forthcoming issue of Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition.

TTS welcomes SPLIT as an Official Section

As of 2019 the Society of Pediatric Liver Transplantation (SPLIT) will be an Official Section of The Transplantation Society. SPLIT is a community of physicians, surgeons, nurses and other allied health professionals whose mission is to improve the outcomes in children receiving liver transplantation through research, improving care, training and mentoring, and supporting children and families.

Coronanavirus News / Updates

New! The Transplantation Society has launched a new Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard to monitor the progression and news from around the world.
Our Transplant Infectious Disease Section (TID) has prepared an update and guidance on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) for transplant ID clinicians.



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Society of Pediatric Liver Transplantation
International Headquarters
505 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
Suite 1401
Montréal, QC, H2Z 1Y7