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The Transplantation Science Symposium (TTS 2015) will be held in Lorne from November 11-13, 2015 providing a wonderful opportunity for transplant researchers in the Pacific region and worldwide to learn from outstanding international immunologists and transplantation biologists while visiting this stunningly beautiful region of the world. Researchers will have an outstanding opportunity to showcase and present their most recent data.

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The 2015 Joint Congress of the International Pancreas & Islet Transplant Association (IPITA), the International Xenotransplantation Association (IXA) and the Cell Transplant Society (CTS) will take place in Melbourne November 15-19. By holding their biennial congress jointly in one fantastic location, all three associations reaffirm their strong partnership as leaders in transplantation and promise to provide an outstanding and cutting-edge program to over 700 participants from all over the world!

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TSS 2015


  • Microbiota, Innate Immunity & Metabolism
  • Allorecognition & Chronic Rejection
  • Fundamentals in B Cell and T Cells and Regulatory Cells
  • Transplantation: From Bench to Bedside
  • Organ Replacement and Tissue Engineering
  • Cutting Edge Technologies for Transplant Research
  • Transplantomics
Program at a Glance

Melbourne 2015


  • Cell-based Immune Therapy for Transplantation
  • Immunosuppression/Tolerance
  • Immune Monitoring for Rejection
  • Clinical Outcome of Cellular Transplants
  • Encapsulation of Cellular Transplants
  • The nexus between inflammation and innate and adaptive immunity
  • Technological Advances in Islet Isolation
  • Generation/Regeneration of Beta Cells
  • New horizons in transplantation: gene editing, 3D printing, organ generation
  • Comparison of new therapies for type 1 diabetes
Program Themes Program at a Glance


Hugging the tip of the Australian east coast, Victoria is Australia's second-smallest state, covering 227,600 square kilometres – roughly the size of the British Isles.

Packed into such a compact area is a wealth of diverse regional areas and attractions.

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Melbourne is considered currently the most livable city in the world, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit.

Their annual yearly report assesses which locations around the world provide the best or the worst living conditions according to dozens of indicators in five broad categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, Infrastructure.

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Symposium Secretariat

14th Transplantation Science Symposium

Home:  www.tss2015.org
Email:  info@tss2015.org
Phone:  1.514.874.1717

Congress Secretariat

IPITA-IXA-CTS 2015 Joint Congress

Home:  www.melbourne2015.org
Email:  info@melbourne2015.org
Phone:  1.514.874.1717
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14th Transplantation Science Symposium / IPITA-IXA-CTS 2015 Joint Congress