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The Post-Graduate Course will be held on August 18-19, 2016 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) and opens the 26th International Congress of The Transplantation Society (TTS 2016).

It will provide a wonderful forum for delegates to explore the innovations in transplantation biology and medicine. The Program also provides valuable interaction by enabling participants to meet and interact with leading scientists, physicians and surgeons in the field of transplantation.

The Program is designed specifically for medical professionals in training or for those in the early stages of their careers and is an excellent opportunity to obtain in depth exposure to transplantation medicine.

View the Flipbook with the program details!

The Transplantation Society’s Governing Board bestows Honours and Awards to recognize individuals contributing to the field of transplantation through outstanding achievement (for basic scientists, clinicians and in developing countries), mentorship and training, as well as humanitarian efforts. All members of TTS in good standing are eligible to make nominations and to be nominated for these Awards. For full details and the nomination form please visit our website:

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As you plan your visit to Hong Kong, think about all the great ways to immerse yourself in local culture. The first step is to walk-the-walk of a local. Whether you choose to use the Mass Transit Railway system (MTR), the plentiful and inexpensive taxis, or the Star Ferry that crosses the harbour, you’ll find all modes of transportation safe, clean, and efficient. One of the quickest ways to dive into the local way of life is to explore the markets. Street and wet markets are a central part of Hong Kong daily life. A visit to Wan Chai Street Market is a must-see, but don’t forget to visit Cat Street for antique treasures and Queens Road to satisfy a foodie in search of authentic spices and ingredients. 


For your culinary delights, enjoy one of HK’s80+ Michelin star restaurants (all at various price points), and line up with locals at Dai Pai Dongs (groupings of food stalls) to get something to eat. With it’s rich history, no trip to HK is complete without a visit to cultural significant mainstays such as the temples, Victoria Peak, or the Maritime Museum which celebrates HK’s rich Maritime history. For helpful gems on HK, take a look at what local expats have to say!

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26th International Congress of The Transplantation Society