PRE-ASM LINE UP 15th and 16th June
DAY 1: FACT Day and Liver SOTS
DAY 2: SOTS Day (Liver-Intestinal, Kidney/Pancreas-Islet, Cardiothoracic)

TSANZ ASM 16th - 18th June


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We look forward to seeing you in Melbourne!

Dear Colleagues, 

The 2024 Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ) Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Country, Victoria from Sunday 16th – Tuesday 18th June 2024. Melbourne is a vibrant city, filled with culture and charm with the convention centre located within easy reach of wonderful restaurants and entertainment surrounding the glorious Yarra river. 

The TSANZ Scientific Program and Education Committee (SPEC) in conjunction with the TSANZ Board have prepared an exciting program convened by Dr Matthew Sypek and Dr Miranda Paraskeva. 

Please join us to hear from several renowned international speakers on recent advances in transplant immunology, emerging cellular therapies, digital health and informatics and organ donation. An extensive and diverse program has been developed, covering basic science topics, advances and controversies in clinical transplantation, and strategies to increase donor pool and efficiency of donor organ allocation. 

We are delighted to host a number of pre-ASM sessions including: 

  • Frontiers and Challenges in Transplantation (FACT) Day (Saturday 15th June) 
  • Solid Organ Transplant Symposium (SOTS) - Liver-Intestinal (Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June)
  • Solid Organ Transplant Symposium - Kidney/Pancreas-Islet (Sunday 16th June), and 
  • Solid Organ Transplant Symposium - Cardiothoracic sessions (Sunday 16th June)
  • Patient-focused forum presented by Transplant Australia, including a recipient meet-and greet (Sunday 16th June). 
  • TTS Women in Transplant Session (Sunday 16th June) 

In addition to hearing about cutting edge science, there will be opportunities for networking and socialising with colleagues, with a focus on promoting the development of young transplant clinicians, scientists, and researchers. The program includes: 

  • Early Career Committee Networking Drinks (after the FACT Day - Saturday 15th June) 
  • Welcome Reception (Sunday 16th June) 
  • The annual Fun Run with prizes for the winner! (Monday 17th June) 
  • Awards dinner (Monday 17th June) 
  • Early Career Committee “Meet the Researcher” discussion forum (Lunchtime Tuesday 18th June) 
We look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne in June 2024 for what will be an exceptional and exciting meeting.

Dr Matt Sypek

Dr Miranda Paraskeva

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