Women in Transplantation (WIT) initiative of The Transplantation Society will provide funding to an Early Career Researcher to support research focusing on sex and gender issues relevant to solid organ transplantation.
Please join Women in Transplantation as we take part in this ESOT 2021 Pre-Congress webinar, hosted by Past WIT Pillar 1 Chair Prof. Christine Falk. This webinar is free of charge to members of Women in Transplantation.
Wednesday 5th May, 6pm CEST
Please register here:
To celebrate International Women’s Day and continued support for transplantation professionals, Women in Transplantation (WIT), an initiative of The Transplantation Society (TTS) is pleased to announce an entirely new way to network, with the launch of what we hope will be a series of educational and mentoring discussions focused on the celebrated movie ‘Picture a Scientist’
We already have initial viewings happening within groups based in Chicago and Omaha for March and April 2021, who will be tweeting their discussion (#WIT). Most exciting is that WIT will provide members with unlimited opportunities for 1 year to watch the movie at no charge, in either a virtual or in-person format (where possible). WIT hopes that this movie will prompt transplant professionals all over the world to share their experiences, and brainstorm successful ways to advance their professional experience (either online or in person, depending on how you choose to view).
Here is what Dr. Anita Chong (Chair of WIT Pillar 1) has to say about the movie:
Dr. Nancy Ascher, WIT Past WIT Steering Committee Chair and Currwent Advisory Board Member, is profiled in a four part documentary series produced by BBC Studios' The Science Unit which premiered globally December 9 2020 on Netflix. The Surgeon's Cut profiles four ground-breaking surgeons from around the world, each with a visionary approach to their craft.
The documentary profiles Dr. Nancy Ascher's journey growing up with an intellectual family, her feminism and the determination she embraced to perfect her craft as a surgeon. Among many other accomplishments, she is the first woman to perform a liver transplant.
How Sex Impacts Post-Transplant Course (Track: Sex and Gender in Tx)
|Sex differences in cancer risk post-transplant |
Anna Buxeda, Spain
|Sex differences in infection risks and vaccine responses|
Deepali Kumar, Canada
|Sex and the heart: Major cardiovascular events in transplantation|
Darshana Dadhania, United States
Sex in the Time of SARS-CoV-2 – Relevance to transplantation (Track: Sex and Gender in Tx)
|Sex, gender, and their impact on COVID 19|
Deborah Clegg, United States
|Sex mAtteRS-CoV-2 in Transplantation|
Ruth Sapir-Pichhadze, Canada
Bethany J. Foster, Canada
Biff F. Palmer, United States
Amanda Vinson, Canada
Sex and Gender Abstract Session (Track: Sex and Gender in Tx)
|Differences in pulse wave velocity between transplanted boys and girls: Longitudinal analysis of 4C-T study|
Rizky I. Sugianto, Germany
|Donor and recipient sex affect transplant outcomes in an age-specific fashion|
Ryoichi Maenosono, United States
|Gender disparities in transplantation research|
Stan Benjamens, Netherlands
|Women empowerment in the field of organ donation and transplantation - Are we there yet?|
Vasanthi Ramesh, India