Annual Scientific Meeting 2024

Thursday 5 – Saturday 7 September 2024
Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach, NSW

Call for Abstracts are now openRegister to Attend

The ANZTCT Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) is an annual multidisciplinary transplant and cellular therapies (TCT) meeting held in Australia or Aotearoa New Zealand.

Following its inaugural success in 2023, ANZTCT ASM 2024 is set to attract over 250 delegates from Australia-Pacific regions (APAC) across three-days, from Thursday 5 – Saturday 7 September 2024, at the recently refurbished Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach on the land of the Bidjigal People.

ANZTCT ASM delegates comprises transplant and cell therapy physicians, trainees, nurses, care coordinators, quality managers, scientists, data managers, pharmacists, dietitians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and psychologists who participate in TCT service delivery.

The ASM will feature a comprehensive program of sessions covering TCT clinical practice, scientific presentations, research workshops and education and training for all those contributing to TCT service delivery. Our program will be designed to help participants meet their FACT/JACIE accreditation education requirements.

ANZTCT Annual Scientific Meeting 2024

Thursday 5 – Saturday 7
September 2024

Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach, NSW

Key Dates

20 February 2024

Early Bird registration opens

20 February 2024

Call for Abstracts opens

31 May 2024

Preliminary ASM program announced

31 May 2024

Call for Abstracts closes

30 June 2024

Early Bird registration closes

5 July 2024

Final ASM program announced

21 August 2024

Registration closes

5 September 2024

Welcome Reception / Poster Session

6 September 2024

ASM Dinner


ANZTCT have partnered with the Australian Bone Marrow Donor Registry (ABMDR) and Arrow, the Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation to facilitate patient and caregiver education and engagement at this ASM.


The Australian Bone Marrow Donor Registry (ABMDR) is a not-for-profit organisation, and is the only Australian organisation responsible for arranging bone marrow/blood stem cell donations for patients in need of a transplant. ABMDR also administers government funding of public cord blood banks in Australia.


Arrow, the Bone Marrow Foundation is dedicated to helping medical researchers find better treatments for diseases treatable by bone marrow transplants. Arrow fund HCC PhD scholarships to enable innovative bone marrow and stem cell research, provide opportunities for haematology nurses and help patients and carers with the cost of everyday living expenses.
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