Official Sections CTRMS ISVCA IPITA IPTA ISODP IRTA IXA SPLIT TID

Why Join TID?

Promote research and education in the prevention, diagnosis, clinical consequences, and management of infectious diseases in transplant recipients.

Member Benefits:

  • A free online subscription to the journal Transplant Infectious Disease (Full Members only)
  • Ongoing infectious disease webinars
  • Access to past TID meeting recordings
  • Access to the TID membership directory
  • Reduced registration fees at international congresses, a savings of $75
  • Nomination and voting privileges (Full Members only)
  • Members receive a $50 reduction off their TTS dues when paying both at the same times

TID Membership Requirements

There are four categories of membership: Full, Trainee, and Associate.

  • Full Members are clinicians, allied health professionals and research investigators with an interest in infectious diseases and transplantation, and who are contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the field are invited to become a Full Member. Full Members receive online access to the Transplant Infectious Disease journal, are eligible to vote in TID elections and run for positions on the Council of TID.

  • Trainee Members are individuals enrolled in pre- or post-doctoral training programs relevant to the science and clinical practice of transplant infectious disease, and individuals who have completed their training but have not yet qualified for full membership are invited to become a trainee member of TID. No individual may remain in this category more than four years. Trainee members may not vote or hold office on the Council but may serve on Committees.

  • Associate Members are individuals who have demonstrated a sustained and continued interest in the field of infectious disease but who do not qualify for full or trainee membership. Associate members may not vote or hold office on the Council but may serve on committees.

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 TID Membership account and select the Pay Dues / Buy Journals link.


Contact for membership inquiries:

Transplant Infectious Disease
A section of The Transplantation Society
International Headquarters
505 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest,
Suite 1401
Montréal, QC, H2Z 1Y7
Canada
Tel: 514-874-1717, X: 216 Fax: 514-874-1716
E-mail: membership@tts.org

Contact

Staff Directory
+1-514-874-1717 , X : 216
sections@tts.org

Address

Transplant Infectious Disease
International Headquarters
505 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
Suite 1401
Montréal, QC, H2Z 1Y7
Canada