2022 Canadian Transplant Fellows Symposium

The 2022 Canadian Transplant Fellows Symposium is a one and half day mix of lectures and small case-based education modules for transplant fellows, residents or associated trainees interested in transplantation. The 2022 Fellows Symposium will take place September 19 - 20, 2022 at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and online. Sessions target all major organ groups, as well as adult and pediatric specialty groups.

Topics include:

  • Immunology and Histocompatibility cases
  • Transplant ID cases
  • Organ specific cases
  • Career planning sessions
  • Trainee oral abstract presentation

View the full Transplant Fellows Symposium Agenda

Register for the 2022 CST Fellows Symposium

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2022 CST Transplant Fellows Planning Committee

Chair

Dr. Azim Gangji, McMaster University

 

Dr. Michael Moser, University of Saskatchewan

Dr. Kathryn Armstrong, University of British Columbia

Dr. Christie Rampersad, Fellows Representative

Dr. Shahid Husain, University of Toronto

Dr. Ismail Raslan, Fellows Representative

Dr. Trana Hussaini, University of British Columbia

Dr. Elias Seidel, Fellows Representative

Dr. Rohan John, University of Toronto

Dr. Melinda Solomon, University of Toronto

Dr. Meera Joseph, St. Joseph’s Healthcare

Dr. Cynthia Tsien, University Health Network

Dr. Robert Liwski, Dalhousie University

 Dr. Jeffrey Warren, University of Ottawa
 

The CST Transplant Fellows Symposium is funded through an educational grant from Astellas Pharma Canada and Paladin Labs.
 
 
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