ILTS is a global non-profit specialist society dedicated to education, research and international collaboration in all aspects of liver transplantation.
The International Liver Transplantation Society (ILTS) is a global non-profit specialist society dedicated to education, research and international collaboration in all aspects of liver transplantation. We have over 1,800 members comprised of surgeons, hepatologists, anaesthesiologists, critical care specialists, pathologists and radiologists, who may be in active practice, full-time research, or training.
An ILTS membership offers the possibility to….
Accelerate Research and Innovation
Join a vibrant community of researchers and innovators dedicated to advancing liver transplantation. Collaborate with renowned experts in order to offer the best possible care to your patients.
Expand your Knowledge and Expertise
An ILTS membership gives you exclusive access to our Education Platform, which contains hundreds of videos. Also, you’ll receive a 12-month subscription to the official ILTS journal, and access to online directories for training, fellowships, and transplantation centers globally.
Gain Exposure and Develop your Career
The ILTS has opportunities for you to participate in our Scientific Programs and join Committees and Special Interest Groups (SIGs), all of which could help establish you as an expert in your field and increase your visibility within your network and industries. You can also have your research published in our official journal.
Discounted Ticket Prices and Funding opportunities for the Annual Congress
We offer special pricing and awards opportunities that are only available to our members.
Annual membership rates: $100 – $275
Membership rates depend on individual circumstances. In most countries, the rate for qualified specialists is $275. This is reduced to $100 for individuals in the following categories:
- Low-/ middle-income countries
- Residents, fellows, medical students and others in full-time education
- Non-clinical scientists and researchers
- Radiologists and pathologists
- Nurses, nurse practitioners, transplant coordinators and all allied health professionals
- Senior members retired from clinical practice.
Rates may be further reduced by the membership of some national and regional societies, e.g. Liver Transplantation Society of India.