The Transplantation Society is a non-profit NGO providing global leadership in transplantation.
TTS mission is to provide global leadership in the practice of human transplantation. The responsibility of TTS is to establish guidelines of clinical practice, advance programs of education, and to promote ethical standards for clinical care and scientific investigation.
6700+ Members composed of professionals with an active interest in basic science, clinical research and/or improving clinical practice in the field of transplantation. With 105+ countries represented; TTS is a diverse international Society with members across the globe.
Transplantation, the Official Journal of The Transplantation Society is published monthly and is the most cited and influential journal in the field, with more than 25,000 citations a year.
TTS biennial congress brings together over 5000 participants from across the globe.
The European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT) was founded 40 years ago and is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in organ transplantation. Facilitating a wealth of international clinical trials and research collaborations over the years, ESOT remains committed to its primary aim of improving patient outcomes in transplantation. With a community of over 8,000 members from around the world, ESOT is an influential international organisation and the facilitator of the biennial congress, which hosts approximately 3,500 experts who come to meet to explore and discuss the latest scientific research. ESOT attracts the foremost transplantation experts to work in its committees and sections. It has an impressive track record in supporting research, extensive education, and promoting changes in European policy.
Founded in 1982, the American Society of Transplantation (AST) is a diverse organization of more than 4,000 professionals dedicated to advancing the field of transplantation and improving patient care by promoting research, education, advocacy, organ donation, and service to the community through a lens of equity and inclusion. The society is the largest transplant organization in North America and is recognized as the premier society for transplantation. AST members are sought out as transplant experts and advocates. Other transplant organizations, policy makers, regulatory agencies, payors, academic institutions, and the general public look to the AST for guidance, research, and resources related to transplantation.