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AST's Comprehensive Trainee Curriculum.



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Information on COVID-19

Coronaviruses are common viruses that usually cause a simple cold. When new strains of viruses emerge, they can cause more severe diseases, as seen with the recent novel coronavirus disease called Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)... Visit the AST website for more information and resources (or watch the recent "COVID-19 Organ Donation and Transplant Town Hall.")



Transplant Nephrology Core Curriculum (TNCC)

TNCC is an online program, jointly provided by the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and the American Society of Transplantation (AST), which focuses on key information needed to prepare for the ABIM Nephrology Board Certification and MoC examinations. The course also provides a comprehensive update on kidney transplantation.
Learn more about this program of 11 presentations by outstanding speakers in the field of transplantation!

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Upcoming Timely Topics in Transplantation (T3) Webinars



AST/AJT Journal Clubs

The AST/AJT Journal Club webinar series provides a forum for open discussion of important articles from the American Journal of Transplantation and other specialty journals. Each journal club is hosted by one of AST's Communities of Practice, but transplant professionals from all specialties and areas of interest are invited to attend.
Learn more about our AST/AJT Journal Clubs and register for free today!

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About AST

Founded in 1982, the American Society of Transplantation (AST) is an organization of nearly 4,000 professionals dedicated to advancing the field of transplantation and improving patient care by promoting research, education, advocacy, and organ donation. The society is the largest transplant organization in North America and is recognized as the premier society for transplantation. AST members are sought out as transplant experts and advocates. Other transplant organizations, policy makers, regulatory agencies, payors, academic institutions, and the general public look to the AST for guidance, research, and resources related to transplantation.