Applicants should have spent two years or less performing research relevant to solid organ transplantation since obtaining their last degree (PhD, MD, MSc, PharmD, or equivalent). This is an excellent opportunity for a trainee to become involved in this important and dynamic initiative, and will allow for the successful applicants to be hands-on in terms of developing strategies moving forward for these Pillars.
The missions of each Pillar are as follows:
Pillar 1: Advancing and inspiring women transplant professionals
Pillar 3: Advocacy for equity in access to transplantation and donation
This is Nicole (back center) during a research focus group
Who can take part?
• Women over 18 years of age
What will be involved in participating?
• Global interviews are taking place
• Held at a time that suits you
• Face-to-face via telephone or video conference
What will be asked?
How accessible your treatment has been and some of the hurdles you may have faced living with your transplanted kidney.
If you are interested in participating, please contact:
Research Fellow and Transplant recipient
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: