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  • Allorecognition & Chronic Rejection
  • Clinical Tolerance and Immunosuppression
  • Cutting Edge Technologies for Transplant Research
  • Fundamentals in T/B Cells and Regulatory Cells
  • Microbiota, Innate Immunity & Metabolism
  • Organ Replacement and Tissue Engineering
  • Transplantomics
  • Xenotransplantation
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Registration Categories   Early-Bird Fees in USD
  Member (TTS)   $550.00
  Non-Member   $700.00
  Allied Health Professional Member   $325.00
  Allied Health Professional Non-Member   $425.00
  Students/Fellow/Trainee   $200.00
  Global Virtual Laboratory Workshop     $55.00

Venue and Housing


Built on 12 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and enjoying the status of the only beachfront property in Lorne, it's one of the largest residential conference destinations in Victoria and the perfect location for this specialized meeting.

The Symposium organizers have reserved rooms at the conference venue for your convenience. Mantra Lorne has a range of accommodation options which are sure to suit even the most discerning traveller. All rooms offer 4.5 star facilities making them the ideal choice.

NOTE: book early, rooms are on limited offer!

Book Your Room Now

09:00-11:30, 11th November 2015
(preceding the Transplantation Science Symposium)

Learn from an international panel of experts on how to get the most out of your clinical blood samples for phenotypic and function analysis!

  • Learn the most effective way of collecting, freezing and thawing human peripheral blood cells.
  • Identify and overcome variables that affect the quality of human T cell ELISPOT assays.
  • Understanding the complexities of multi-color flow cytometry with human blood samples.

Chairs:  Ed Geissler (University of Regensburg, Germany); Anita Chong (University of Chicago, USA)

Find Out More

14:00-16:00, 13th November 2015
This session is sponsored by ILTS.

The TSS meeting in Lorne will continue the strong emphasis on Transplantomics started in San Diego and then in Cambridge. It will showcase new developments in the power of genomics and proteomics to teach us about disease, tolerance and fibrosis. It will feature international leaders in this field.


  • Minnie Sarwal (UCSF School of Medicine, San Francisco, USA)
  • Abraham Shaked (Penn Transplant Institute, Philadelphia, USA)
  • Kim Olthoff (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA)
See Detailed Program
TSS 2015 Secretariat
Home:  www.tss2015.org
Email:  info@tss2015.org
Phone:  1.514.874.1717

c/o The Transplantation Society
1255 University Street, Suite 605,
Montreal, QC, H3B 3V9, Canada

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2015 Transplantation Science Symposium