The 2013 American Transplant Congress is the 13th Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation.
Overview of the American Transplant Congress (ATC)
Who Should Attend
The American Transplant Congress (ATC) is designed for physicians, surgeons, scientists, nurses, organ procurement personnel, and pharmacists who are interested in the clinical and research aspects of solid organ and tissue transplantation. The program is developed to encourage the exchange of new scientific and clinical information and support an interchange of opinions regarding care and management issues, as well as socioeconomic, ethical, and regulatory issues relevant to organ and tissue transplantation.
The ATC is the foremost educational event in the field of basic and clinical transplantation. For the 2013 Congress, we head to Seattle, Washington and will hold the meeting in the Washington State Convention Center. The convention center is conveniently located near a number of hotels with easy access to the venue as well as museums, shopping and restaurants.
Available again this year is the ability for exhibitors to complete their contract online. Review this exhibit prospectus thoroughly and complete the contract online or print and mail to secure booth space today. Please be certain to review the rules and regulations in their entirety as they become legally binding once the exhibit space contract is accepted by Exhibit Management.
The American Transplant Congress is the meeting to attend to gain visibility and a competitive edge in the transplantation market place. Seattle is a fun and surprising city, so please join us for the opportunity to direct market to highly qualified physicians, surgeons, scientists, immunologists, and nephrologists that will be in attendance.
The ASTS, a non-profit organization, and its Members are committed to leading the way in the 21st Century in fostering and advancing the practice and science of transplantation for the benefit of patients and society; guiding those who make the policy decisions that influence the practice and science of transplantation; increasing organ donation; defining and promoting training and the career-long education of transplant surgeons, scientists and physicians; and, advancing the professional development and careers of transplant surgeons, scientists and physicians.
The American Society of Transplantation (AST) was founded in 1982 and is an organization of more than 3,000 transplant professionals dedicated to research, education, advocacy and patient care in transplantation.