10 Nov - 13 Nov '19

International Transplantation Science Meeting

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International

TRANSPLANTATION

SCIENCE MEETING
ITS2019
NOVEMBER 10–13, 2019
WYNDHAM GRAND, CLEARWATER BEACH, FL
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International Transplantation Science Meeting

Start Date:
Sunday, 10th November, 2019 at 3:00pm
End Date:
Wednesday, 13th November, 2019 at 2:00pm
Important Dates:
Registrations are now open
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The abstract platform is now open
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The deadline to submit abstracts is Thursday, August 22nd at 11:59 PM EDT. 
Abstract Topics
Abstract submissions should broadly pertain to all aspects of both basic and translational transplant science
Country: United States
Description & Objectives:

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International
TRANSPLANTATION
SCIENCE MEETING

ITS2019

NOVEMBER 10–13, 2019

WYNDHAM GRAND, CLEARWATER BEACH, FL

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This year's Keynote Speakers will be:

Katherine High, MD
President and Head of R&D
Spark Therapeutics

and

Douglas Green, PhD
Peter C. Doherty Endowed Chair of Immunology
St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital

 

What is ITS?
The American Society of Transplantation (AST), The European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) and The Transplantation Society (TTS) are jointly organizing a new basic science transplant meeting, called the International Transplantation Science (ITS) meeting. It will be held yearly and (initially) alternate between North America and Europe through 2021. The first of these meetings is scheduled for November 10-13, 2019 in Clearwater FL.
This meeting is intended to provide in-depth, cutting-edge basic science talks from leading experts on select topics in transplantation and immunology. The meeting is designed to reflect an intimate, retreat-like atmosphere to maximize interactions between attendees. Our goal for this premiere meeting is to have the most interesting and topical symposia delivered by the very best speakers possible!
 

Target Group:

Who should attend?
The target audience for this meeting is basic and translational scientists studying transplantation, as well as medical, surgical, and PhD trainees with an interest in basic and translational science research in the transplant field.