Joint Adult and Pediatric Transplant Infectious Diseases Conference
The Adult and Pediatric Transplant Infectious Diseases teams are hosting a new educational conference series for the academic year 2021-2022.
The year-long lecture and case conference series will cover core concepts in Transplant Infectious Diseases and will foster discussion and collaboration among the various adult and pediatric transplantation clinical services.
The conference series aims to bring together trainees and faculty from pediatric and adult Infectious Diseases, Transplant Hepatology, Transplant Nephrology, Transplant Cardiology, and Hematology/Oncology. The material covered in didactic sessions and cases presented will be of interest to transplantation-oriented trainees and faculty.
The curriculum sessions are approved for CME credit, and experts in the field of transplant medicine have been invited to lecture as well. Transplantation-interested fellows, other trainees, and faculty are welcome to attend.
|10/15/21||Solid organ transplant (SOT) protocols|
|10/29/21||Immunosuppression and maintenance|
|11/12/21||Infection Prevention in Immunocompromised Hosts|
|11/26/21||NO LECTURE (Thanksgiving)|
|12/10/21||COVID-19 in SOT|
|12/24/21||NO LECTURE (Christmas)|
|1/7/22||What is Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) for ID clinicians?|
|1/21/22||Infections in HSCT|
|2/4/22||Transplant Surgery Insights|
|3/4/22||Mold infections in SOT/HSCT|
|4/1/22||CMV in SOT/HSCT|
|4/29/22||Vaccination in SOT/HSCT|
|5/27/22||Donor derived infections in SOT|
|6/24/22||What is hot transplant ID? Recap of the American Transplant Congress|