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TRAINEE & YOUNG FACULTY COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE (TYF COP) 


Mission Statement: 
The Trainee and Young Faculty Community of Practice (TYF COP) has been established to provide opportunities for trainees and young faculty to actively engage with the American Society of Transplantation (AST). The TYF COP facilitates networking within the AST by connecting trainees and young faculty in the field of transplantation with peers and senior members to enable them to exchange thoughts, establish research collaborations, and participate in educational programs.

Visions
• Encourage members to share ideas through the online communities
• Increase mentorship and sponsorship of trainees and young faculty within the AST
• Sponsor educational activities to allow trainees and young faculty to enhance presentation skills, present novel research findings, and receive constructive feedback

Not a member of the TYF COP?

If you don't see content on this page, it's because you're not yet a member of the TYF COP. Did you know that eligible transplant professionals can join the TYF COP free for one year, without having to be a dues-paying member of AST? Invite your fellow med students, residents, fellows, trainees, and junior faculty in transplantation to join the TYF COP. When their free year is up, they can join AST for only $90 (if enrolled in a pre- or post-doc training program). Use the link below to sign up, it may take up to 5 business days for your COP membership to be processed. You will receive an email when your membership to the COP is in place, and then you can return here to log in and view all content.

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