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TTS 2012 - Thank you!
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The Science Circuses are located at each end of the Exhibition Area. You will find the Mini-Theatres for the Mini-Oral Sessions here as well as the Poster Lounges and the Web Stations. Science Circus I includes Mini-Theatres 1 – 5; Science Circus II includes Mini-Theatres 6 – 10. In each Science Circus you will find Web Stations where you can access the web as well as the ePosters.
Via wireless headphones and dedicated channels for each mini-theater this is – to our knowledge – the first successful concept for mini-oral presentations!
Thanks to m-events and Interplan for the tremendous support!

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TTS 2012 | Over 500 presentations online!

The LOC would like to thank all participants for a tremendous 24th International Congress of The Transplantation Society in Berlin!
2268 abstracts were submitted and more than 4800 delegates from 94 countries attended the congress!
The Postgraduate Weekend offered 14 workshops with 45 speakers. Beside 29 Sunrise Symposia with 103 Speakers, 34 State of the Art Sessions with 138 speakers and five Plenary Sessions (16 speakers) we had 53 sessions with 465 oral presentations and 37 sessions with 287 mini oral presentations !
Furthermore, we would like to thank Astrid Enke, Lena Dochat and Stefanie Rensch (Interplan) and the technical experts at m-Events for their excellent work !
As Science and Medicine is nothing without vivid life we would like to thank Rotfront, Berlin Comedian Harmonists and the Capital Dance Orchestra for their memorable performances!

All the great photos by Jan Pauls.
The organ sculptures were made by Jan Pareike.

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TTS 2012 | Presentations
We had 4 oral presentations and one poster presentation at TTS 2012..
Martina Mogl presented "Neohybrid Liver Graft - a Novel Concept of in Vivo Tissue-Engineering"
Rosa Schmuck presented our first results concerning "miRNA Pattern Within the Bile as a Diagnostic Tool after Liver Transplantation"
Nathanael Raschzok gave an oral presentation entitled "Silica-Based Micron-Sized Iron Oxide Particles for Detection and Loco-Regional Stimulation of Transplanted Liver Cells"
Haluk Morgül gave a talk on "MicroRNA as Biomarker for Diagnosis and Prediction of Recurrence of Human Hepatocellular Carcinoma after Liver Transplantation - Preliminary Results from a Multicenter Database"
Furthermore, the group presented a poster concerning "Prospective Validation of Serum Protein Biomarkers for Detection of Acute Liver Rejection – Initial Results with CXCL9 and CD44"
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TTS Postgraduate Weekend
The postgraduate program offers an up-to-date overview on pressing clinical and basic science topics with relevance for all participants of the Berlin 2012 meeting. The program is designed to provide clinicians with an overview of the most recent advances in basic research in a bench-to-bedside approach. Updates on immunosuppression, organ-specific processes, organ supply, immune monitoring and the relevance of animal models in transplantation will help both clinicians and researchers with basic information aligning their efforts and providing the best care of transplant patients in the years ahead.
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TTS 2012 Abstract submission now open!
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Please join the mailing list and follow us via Twitter @TTS2012 for latest information concerning the 24th International Congress of The Transplantation Society to be held in Berlin, Germany from July 15th - 19th 2012 !
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TTS 2012: Follow us via Twitter!
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The 24th International Congress of The Transplantation Society to be held in Berlin, Germany from July 15th - 19th 2012 is designed for physicians, surgeons, scientists and organ procurement personnel, who are interested in clinical and research aspects of solid organ, cell and tissue transplantation. The program is developed to encourage the exchange of new scientific and clinical information, and support an interchange of opinions regarding care and management issues, as well as socioeconomic, ethical and regulatory issues relevant to transplantation.
In addition to the classical types of scientific sessions including plenary sessions, symposia, workshops and poster presentations, we will also offer new types of scientific sessions within the Forum Futurum.
The Forum Futurum is a forum integrated in the congress that will take place on three days. Each day is assigned to a topic and the forum is dedicated to cutting-edge science in our field. The topics are Regenerative Medicine, Imaging and Tailored Pharmacotherapy.
The Forum Futurum is designed to be a highly interactive communication space where companies can introduce their products and conversations about the latest research are stirred. In a futuristic environment the Forum Futurum contributes to an extraordinary TTS 2012 Exhibition experience and will provide exhibitors the opportunity to highlight new product information to physicians and health care professionals. Enhance the educational element of your company's noteworthy products and services with a presentation in the Forum Futurum. The Forum Futurum provides exhibitors with a unique and effective marketing opportunity to hold live promotional presentations or activities designed to raise awareness of featured services and products.
The Forum Futurum will make its debut in the TTS 2012 Exhibit Hall, featuring experts from companies and scientific groups providing state-of-the-art content-led information about new technologies, products and ideas. The Forum Futurum will be open July 16th – July 18th. Every day is dedicated to one emerging field in transplantation:
Monday, July 16th, 2012: One Day on Regenerative Medicine
Tuesday, July 17th, 2012: One Day on Imaging
Wednesday, July 18th, 2012: One Day on Tailored Pharmacotherapy
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XXIII International Congress of TTS
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Nathanael Raschzok presented our latest results with labeled hepatocytes in the pig model at the XXIII International Congress of The Transplantation Society in Vancouver, Canada. The oral presentation was entitled "MRI enables monitoring of transplanted hepatocytes in a preclinical large animal model" (N. Raschzok, N. Billecke, A. Zielinski, K. Steinz, N.N. Kammer, S. Schmeisser, M.H. Morgul, M.K. Adonopoulou, J. Pinkernelle, L. Morawietz, B. Hiebl, W. Rüdinger, U. Teichgräber, P. Neuhaus, I.M. Sauer).
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