Moving forward with national projects means assisting researchers in honing their skills, access to knowledge and interaction with colleagues. CDTRP is proud to help promote events related to its research Themes, Platforms and Cross-Cutting Priorities.

For more information on how request event promotion or support, contact us.

Event Calendar

TTS 2020September 12-17, 2020Virtual
Canadian Society of TransplantationSeptember, 2020Virtual
ACS Clinical Congress 2020October 3-7, 2020Virtual
Critical Care Canada ForumOctober 4-7, 2020Virtual
CDTRP Patient, Family and Donor Research ForumOctober 15 -16, 2020Virtual
American Society for Histocompatibility & Immunogenetics -ASHI 46th Annual MeetingOctober 19-23, 2020Anaheim, California
CST Canadian Transplant Fellows SymposiumOctober 21-22, 2020Virtual
Kidney Week 2020October 22-25, 2020Virtual
FOCIS 2020 MeetingOctober 28-31, 2020Virtual
CDTRP Annual Scientific MeetingDecember 2-4, 2020Virtual
CCCTG Spring Scientific Meeting / Research Career Development DaySpring, 2021Montréal, QC
Regenerative Medicine SymposiumApril 14-15, 2021TBC
International Society of Nephrology World Congress of NephrologyApril 15-18, 2021Montréal, QC
International Society of Heart and Lung Transplantation Annual Mtg and Scientific SessionsApril 27-30, 2021Toronto, ON
Cell Therapy Transplant Canada (CTTC) Annual ConferenceMay 15-18, 2021Québec City, QC
American Transplant Congress (ATC) 2021June 5-9, 2021Seattle, Washington
Canadian Society of Transplantation 2021 Annual Scientific MeetingOctober 4-7, 2021Banff, AB


Every two weeks, the CDTRP’s Platform for Education and Training hosts a Webinar with a pertinent topic and learning objectives related to the Themes and Cross-Cutting Priorities. Webinars provide an avenue for trainees and investigators to meet and question speakers in an informal discussion setting.

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All webinars are open access

The 2019-2020 Cross Cutting Priorities Series reflects the importance of including CDTRP’s four cross-cutting priorities in research projects:

  1. Sex and gender;
  2. Pediatric, adolescent and elderly;
  3. Indigenous, rural and remote populations and
  4. Policy, commercialization and knowledge transfer.

Presented by national and international speakers, this Webinar series began in November 2019 and will extend to May 2020. To see earlier episodes, visit our YouTube page.