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International Transplant Nurses Society

Georgia Chapter

ITNS-GA Proudly Sponsors GTF

ITNS Georgia Chapter is a proud sponsor of the Georgia Transplant Foundation scholarship program for those who are affected by transplant and are seeking a degree in healthcare.

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  • Tue
    Apr 3018:30

    ITNS Dinner

    Recent Updates on Genetic Testing in the Transplant Center and Community Nephrology


    You are cordially invited by Natera to an educational dinner regarding recent updates on genetic testing in the transplant center and community nephrology. We will also discuss new data concerning the use of donor-derived cell free DNA for early detection of transplant rejection.

    Join the conversation led by Dr. Salvatore Chillemi MD, a leading nephrologist in Marietta, GA with extensive experience in genetic testing.

    Jennifer Deyo PharmD, a transplant pharmacist and Medical Science Director at Natera, will present recent data on the use of donor-derived cell free DNA in the transplant setting.

    All Attendees:
    RSVP Here

    ITNS Members:

    Pay $25 via PayPal

Become a member

As an ITNS member, you will enjoy the many benefits of membership, which allow you to:

  • Participate in transplant-specific educational programs at a discounted rate
  • Network with transplant professionals throughout the region and the world
  • Receive the informative quarterly ITNS eNewsletter
  • Enhance your professional development through abstract submissions and educational presentations
  • Access to nursing resources
  • Online access to continuing education credits
  • Join The Transplantation Society (TTS) for a discounted rate of $50/year.

Just $70/year

You can’t even get a dinner for two for that. Seriously.

You will be taken to a PayPal page, then back to this website to complete registration.


ITNS-GA Chapter has been instrumental in building a foundation for all transplant professionals, expanding knowledge and assisting with providing evidence based practice to transplant patients.