Why You Need to Attend

The Science of Tomorrow Starts Today at ATC 2020

ATC is the MUST attend event for physicians, surgeons, scientists, nurses, organ procurement personnel, pharmacists and other transplant professionals who are interested in the clinical and research aspects of solid organ and tissue transplantation. 

ATC is the place to be to hear cutting edge research and the latest clinical practice innovations in transplantation.
Emily Blumberg, MD
AST President

“The ATC has extensive content germane to transplant professionals of all disciplines, from around the world.  It is the place to meet and exchange ideas that spark innovation, fuel research, and improve patient care."
Lloyd Ratner, MD, MPH
ASTS President

"The collection of all the BEST science in our field......truly interdisciplinary."
Jean Emond, MD
ASTS Past President

"Where transplant health care providers and scientists can develop strategic partnerships and collaborations, disseminate and learn new and innovative science - clinical, translational, and basic, as well as form networks of colleagues, mentors, teachers and friends- locally and globally. A platform where an acute sense of the possible, which others don’t see, allows those with similar vision to be drawn together to make extraordinary things happen."
Susan Orloff, MD
ATC Executive Planning Committee Chair

“ATC is THE prime converging point for transplant professionals… to share new science, learn best clinical practices, debate controversies, and push the envelope to advance the field of transplantation."
Helen Te, MD
ATC Executive Planning Committee Chair

“The networking at ATC is really first class. So many projects and research ideas and clinical endeavors have started really here at the ATC."
Satish Nadig, MD
ASTS Member

“I think it’s the premiere transplant meeting. I get to learn from our VCA surgeons, from our thoracic surgeons, abdominal surgeons, hepatologists, nephrologists, cardiologists, pulmonologists, pharmacists, and of course my favorite the infectious disease.”
Ricardo LaHoz, MD
AST Member