Give a talk at the ATI Seminar this fall!

We have a number of openings this fall and winter, and are now booking speakers. Presenting at the ATI Seminar Series is an excellent opportunity to promote your research.

Trainees and graduate students are also welcome to present their research, either in a full 45 minute presentation or a shorter talk.

If you would like to present at the ATI Seminar Series this fall and winter, please contact ilarsen@ualberta.ca

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ATI Seminar Series is on summer hiatus

The ATI Seminar Series is now on summer hiatus, and will resume in September.

 

Congratulations to Dr. Ronald Moore, Alberta Alumni Award Recipient

The ATI congratulates Dr. Ron Moore, who recently received the Alberta Alumni Award.

The recommendation for the award stated, “A truly gifted surgeon-scientist, Ronald Moore has dedicated his professional life to understanding the macroscopic and microscopic processes of urological cancers and transplantation.”

ATI Seminar Series is now on summer hiatus

The ATI Seminar Series is on hiatus for the summer. Join us in September, when the fall talks begin.

ATI is looking for speakers for the ATI Seminar this fall!

We have a number of openings this fall and winter, and are now booking speakers. Presenting at the ATI Seminar Series is an excellent opportunity to promote your research.

Trainees and graduate students are also welcome to present their research, either in a full 45 minute presentation or a shorter talk.

If you would like to present at the ATI Seminar Series this fall and winter, please contact karen.hunter@ualberta.ca

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2017 CNTRP Alberta Transplant Innovation Fund Research Innovation Grant

Four Alberta-based researchers were awarded 2017 CNTRP Alberta Transplant Innovation Fund Research Innovation Grants!

Dr Benjamin Adam (University of Alberta), “The molecular phenotype of polyomarivus nephropathy and its distinction from T-cell mediated rejection”

Dr Aldo Montano-Loza (University of Alberta), “A prospective, longitudinal evaluation of skeletal muscle for prognosis of patients with cirrhosis evaluated for liver transplantation”

Dr Puneeta Tandon (University of Alberta), “A personalized online pre-habilitation program to improve health outcomes in patients awaiting liver transplantation”

Dr Steven Greenway (University of Calgary), “Mechanism of microbiome-mediated gastrointestinal toxicity of mycophenolate mofetil”

Upcoming ATI Seminars

June 13: Dr. Tasneem Remtulla, “Transition to transplant: Coping skills development – a group approach”

June 20: Dr. Kieran Halloran, “Baseline lung allograft dysfunction: Survival Implications and Risk Factors”

The ATI Seminar Series will be on summer hiatus after June 20.

Upcoming ATI Seminars

June 6: Dr. Mario Altieri, (visiting Calgary from the Hospital Center at the University of Caen) “Predictive factors of cardiac events related to cirrhotic cardiomyopathy in liver transplant patients.”

June 13: Dr. Tasneem Remtulla, Title TBA

June 20: Dr. Kieran Halloran, “Baseline lung allograft dysfunction: Survival Implications and Risk Factors”

The ATI Seminar Series will be on summer hiatus after June 20.

ATI Research Day – Tomorrow! Join us at 8am, ECHA L1-490

Join us at the 2018 ATI Research Day!

Continental Breakfast at 8:00, Opening remarks at 8:30am, in ECHA L1-490 Theatre, followed immediately by the plenary session.

Plenary Session: The William H. Lakey Transplantation Lecture – Dr. Doris Taylor, “Building an Organ in 2018”

Doris Taylor, Ph.D., FACC, FAHA will give the William H. Lakey Transplantation Lecture. Dr. Taylor is the Director, Regenerative Medicine Research and Director, Center for Cell and Organ Biotechnology at the Texas Heart Institute in Houston, Texas. Her research focuses on regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

Plenary Session: Thursday, May 31, 9am, ECHA L1-490

Learn more about research day here 

Last call for ATI Research Day Registrations!

Join us at the 2018 ATI Research Day!

Continental Breakfast at 8:00, Opening remarks at 8:30am, in ECHA L1-490 Theatre, followed immediately by the plenary session.

Plenary Session: The William H. Lakey Transplantation Lecture – Dr. Doris Taylor, “Building an Organ in 2018”

Doris Taylor, Ph.D., FACC, FAHA will give the William H. Lakey Transplantation Lecture. Dr. Taylor is the Director, Regenerative Medicine Research and Director, Center for Cell and Organ Biotechnology at the Texas Heart Institute in Houston, Texas. Her research focuses on regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

Plenary Session: Thursday, May 31, 9am, ECHA L1-490

Learn more about research day here 

Register for ATI Research Day here