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Welcome to the ID COP Website 

The AST Infectious Disease Community of Practice (ID COP), the first AST Community of Practice launched, was established in 2002. The goal of this COP is to provide a forum for all individuals interested in transplant infectious diseases to network, exchange thoughts, share resources, develop research ideas and educational activities.

On behalf of the ID COP Website Working Group and the Executive Committee, we would like to welcome you to our website. We encourage all individuals interested in transplant infectious diseases to join this dynamic and growing community. Let the collaboration begin!

The ID COP Website Working Group

 

ID COP Educational Library

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*2020 Influenza Vaccine FAQs for Transplant Recipients*

2020_ATC_ID_COP_meeting_slides_.pdf

**AST COVID-19 Resources**


The AST Infectious Diseases Guidelines 4th Edition

Prior AST Infectious Diseases Webinars and Journal Club

AST Comprehensive Trainee Curriculum

Transplant Infectious Diseases Library

Fellowship Training Opportunities in Transplant Infectious Diseases

American Journal of Transplantation

Transplant Infectious Diseases

Interactive Guidelines


Transplant Patient Education

AST YouTube Channel

Executive Committee (2020-2021)

Chair: Nicole Theodoropoulos
Co-Chair: Aruna Subramanian
Past-Chair: Lara Danziger-Isakov
Board Liaison: Emily Blumberg
Member-at-Large: Fernanda Silveira
Member-at-Large: Jennifer Chow
Member-at-Large: Maricar Malinis 
Member-at-Large: Sarah Taimur
Early Career Member-at-Large: Sara Belga

Staff Liaison: Olivia Snow (osnow@myAST.org)

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