Camille Nelson Kotton MD is the clinical director of the Transplant Infectious Disease and Compromised Host Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. She also leads the outpatient Transplant Infectious Disease Clinic. She is the current co-chair of The Infectious Disease Community of Practice of The American Society of Transplantation. She serves on The Disease Transmission Advisory Committee for The United Network Organ Sharing, The Advisory Committee on Blood and Tissue Safety and Availability, and is a contributing member for World Health Organization (WHO) Project NOTIFY (Donor Derived Infections). From 2007-2013 she was the president of The Transplant Infectious Disease Section of The Transplantation Society. Highlights of her time as president include the development of international guidelines on CMV management after solid organ transplant, followed by an updated version, published in Transplantation (2010 and 2013). She has also organized and contributed significantly to a meeting on management of tuberculosis issues in organ donors, recently published in the American Journal of Transplantation. In addition, she organized and led five international Transplant Infectious Disease meetings (Vancouver, 2010; Glasgow, 2011; Berlin, 2012; Vienna, 2013; Barcelona, 2014), and organized an international group of experts on the topic of transplant infectious disease in composite tissue allografts, for which they are actively developing guidelines for clinical management. Her clinical interests include cytomegalovirus, donor-derived infections, zoonoses, and travel and tropical medicine in the transplant setting.