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Cell Transplant Society

The Cell Transplant Society was set up in 1966. The CTS is eager to design some new changes to our Society that were accounted for in the midst of the late 2015 IPITA-IXA-CTS Joint Congress in Melbourne, Australia. The first and most invigorating revelation was made in the midst generally fundamental orchestrating sessions for the Society; the CTS Council has certified a name change for the Society as "Cell Transplant and Regenerative Medicine Society." This Society name depicts the cooperation of our interdisciplinary assembling, and will extend our trial focus to consolidate examination and experts in the creating and stimulating field of regenerative drug. The Transplantation Society has started a recorded reference library to be housed in the International Headquarters in Montreal. The Transplantation Society's Governing Board offers Honors and Awards to see individuals adding to the field of transplantation through uncommon achievement (for central specialists, clinicians and in making countries), mentorship and planning, and also merciful attempts. All people from TTS are qualified to make assignments and to be chosen for these Awards. The Medawar Prize, named after Society prime supporter Sir Peter Medawar, is seen as the world's most lifted gave honor for the most remarkable duties in the field of transplantation. The Medawar Prize has been conceded at each of our Society's biennial Congresses since 1990. The honor sees the exceptional operators whose duties have had such a huge effect on the field of organ transplantation.

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About Cell Transplant Society

There are numerous Cell Transplantation Societies worldwide, both national and international. However, CTS stands out to be one of the most renowned societies both in Canada or worldwide. Some of the Infectious Diseases Societies in different parts of the world are as follows:

American Cell Transplantation AssociationsThere are around 70 Cell Transplantation Associations in and around USA. These associations are located in Alexandria, Illinois, Nevada, Philadelphia, Arizona, Florida, Texas, Ohio, California and other nearby states.  All these associations organize several national and International level conferences every year.

European Cell Transplantation Associations: There are around 15 Infectious Diseases Societies and associations in and around Europe. Majority of these European Cell Transplantation Societies and Associations are located in Belgium, Ireland, UK and Italy. Their main aim is contributing towards Transplantation research activities through their annual congress, journal and newsletters.

Asia-Pacific Cell Transplantation Associations: There are around 10 Cell Transplantation Societies and associations in and around Asia-Pacific. These associations are situated mostly in Japan, Singapore, India and China. These societies were established in different time periods by eminent scientists working in this field.

Middle-East Cell Transplantation Associations: In Middle East there are only 4-5 Cell Transplantation Associations. These societies are organizing annual and biannual Cell Transplantation Conferences in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

 Cell Transplantation Society Conferences: There are almost 60 Cell Transplantation Meetings and conferences which are scheduled by these societies for the year 2016 and 2017 in different parts of the globe. These international Cell Transplantation Conferences and Infectious Diseases Annual Meetings are intended to bring together all the recent researches, new innovations and findings in a global platform.