About AST

Membership

The American Society of Transplantation (AST) is one of the fastest growing organizations in the field of transplantation. Join over 3,300 of your colleagues and take advantage of all the benefits the AST offers transplant professionals.

What will you save when you join?
Program AST Member Rate Non-Member Rate Savings

American Transplant Congress (ATC)

$495

$950

$455

Online access to slide presentations from ATC

$299 ($199 if you attended ATC)

$499

$200

Cutting Edge of Transplantation (CEOT)

$340

$895

$555

Independent Living Donor Advocate Webinar Series

Free

$200 (for 9 webinars)

$200

Timely Topics in Transplantation webinars

Free

$250 (for 10 webinars in 2014-2015)

$250

Business of Transplantation webinars

Free

$250 (for 5 webinars)

$250

Subscription to American Journal of Transplantation (AJT)

$120

$775

$655

A 35% discount on AST publications, including
Transplant Immunology

$65

$100

$35

Career Center (Job Posting)

$200

$300

$100

Total Savings

   

$2,700

*Rates are based off Full, Doctoral memberships and are subject to change.

 

Additional Discounts:

  • 3rd Edition of the AST Primer on Transplantation (35% member discount)
  • AST Handbook of Transplant Infections (35% member discount)
  • Past ATC meeting slides
Education

Free access to online education at your convenience

  • Timely Topics in Transplantation (T3) webinar series
  • Journal Club educational series
  • Independent Living Donor webinar series
  • Business of Transplantation webinar series
  • Fellows webinar series
  • Post-event online sessions from select AST meetings
  • Guidelines
  • White papers and other manuscripts
  • Patient education brochures
Meetings

Discounted registration to:

Networking and Collaboration
Professional Development
Grants:
  • The AST supports research grants in three areas: basic science, clinical science, and translational science. Visit tirn.org for additional information.
Awards:
  • The AST sponsors a variety of annual achievement awards according to faculty rank in recognition for contributions to the society and to the field of transplantation.
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