Special Interest Groups

ILTS Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together clinicians, scientists and allied health professionals who share a common interest in specific aspects of liver transplantation, promoting education and research in a wide range of topics.

As of September 2021, the following special interest groups and specialist committee forums have been launched.

Each has an expert steering committee, a dedicated resources page and a group email platform for discussion.

Join any of these from your ILTS.org profile page.

Acute Liver Failure

Basic and Translational Research

Advanced Techniques in Hepatobiliary Surgery

Cardiovascular Topics in Liver Transplantation

DCD, Preservation & Machine Perfusion

Infectious Diseases and Liver Transplantation

Living Donor Liver Transplantation

Liver Transplant Immunology

Liver Transplant Oncology

Precision Medicine and Biomarkers in Liver Transplantation

Group Emails

What are the ILTS Group Emails?
ILTS Members can join either a Special Interest Group (SIG) email or a specialty-based Discussion Group email to exchange with experts in their fields or preference. Discussion Group
SIG Group Email
Discussion Groups
The following specialty-based Committees have a Discussion Group email: Anesthesia Critical Care Pediatrics Pathology Radiology Research peoplepeople www.ilts.org
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Dedicated email addresses have been set up for each ILTS Special Interest Group (SIG): Infectious Diseases and Liver Transplantation SIG accessibility Liver Transplant Oncology SIG Liver Transplant Immunology SIG Living Donor Liver Trasnplantation SIG Preservation Medecine and Biomarkers in Liver Transplantation SIG DCD, Preservation & Machine Perfusion SIG Acute Liver Failure SIG Advanced Techniques in Hepatobiliary Surgery SIG Cardiovascular Topics in Liver Transplantation SIG accessibility accessibility accessibility www.ilts.org
How do ILTS Group Email work?
  • Group emails are intended to promote the exchange of knowledge and opinions between members with common interests and are for academic use only.
  • Any message received from an SIG email has been sent automatically to all SIG members, and any reply also goes to all. This email should never be used for personal communication.
  • Group email addresses are confidential and should not be forwarded or disclosed to anyone. Inappropriate use may result in closure of the platform.
  • Please refer to the Group Mailing Policy and follow the content rules.
How to join: Members can join by selecting one or more groups from their profile page: https://ilts.org/account/ www.ilts.org accessibility peoplepeople accessibility accessibility accessibility


How to join: Members can select any SIG from their profile page: click on your name, your profile and add a SIG group.

Policies and Procedures:

Updated 6 January 2022 by J R Klinck, ILTS Director of Special Projects.