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2022-2024 WIT Fellowship Awards

Women in Transplantation, in collaboration with One Lambda Thermo Fisher and Sanofi, is delighted to announce the winners of the WIT Fellowship Award 2022-2024!
One Lambda Thermo Fisher Fellowship Award
Dr. Emily Leven
Mount Sinai, New York City
Sanofi Fellowship Award
Dr. Brenda Rosales
University of Sydney, Australia

WIT @ FOCiS 2022

Women in Transplantation (WIT), in conjunction with Women in Clinical Immunology (WICI), are delighted to announce an in-person Networking Event at the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies (FOCiS) Meeting. This meeting will take place in San Francisco, USA.

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Katherine Stultz, President and CEO of Ocelot Bio, will lead a session on “Achieving Gender Equality in the Life Science World: from Compensation to Career Opportunities in Industry and Academia”, on Thursday June 23rd at 11:30-12:45 local time (Pacific Time). This will be followed by discussion with the participants and leads of WICI and WIT.

The FOCIS meeting will be held from June 21-24, 2022.

WIT @ TSANZ 2022

Women in Transplantation (WIT) are delighted to announce a session in the Scientific Session and an in-person Networking Event at the Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand Congress (TSANZ). This meeting will take place in Adelaide, Australia, June 19-21.
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Dr. Anette Melk (WIT Pillar 2) will lead a session on Sex, age and hormone interactions in transplantation outcomes in children on Sunday June 19th at 16:00 local time. Astellas are proud to sponsor a WIT Networking lunch on Monday June 20th from 12:40pm to 13:35.

WIT members who are registered for and attending TSANZ will receive complimentary registration for the Networking session. Please note that access to the WIT Networking lunch is only open to those registered for the TSANZ meeting.

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WIT promotes discussion of
‘Picture a Scientist’ movie

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:

‘What struck me was how universal the experiences highlighted in the movie were, and yet, prior to the discussion of the movie, how each female professional thought that they were alone facing these challenges. This movie has motivated me to organize opportunities for women professionals to share their experience, and together, advocate for change one institution at a time.’

If you are interested in hosting a no-charge screening at your institution, please reach out to Katie Tait (WIT Manager) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.


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