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What We Do

The CIBMTR is dedicated to improving survival, treatment, and quality life for transplant patients. With >1,000 publications, the CIBMTR conducts practice changing research that helps patients and physicians.

Learn how we collaborate worldwide to help patients and physicians.

Lead and conduct research studies

The CIBMTR represents an international network of transplant centers that submit transplant-related data for patients. It has been collecting HCT outcomes data for >40 years, resulting in a Research Database with information on >425,000 patients. These data are freely available to investigators with interest in HCT and treatments for cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The CIBMTR has become a respected leader in HCT research by providing a unique resource of information and expertise to medical and scientific communities.

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Collect and maintain outcomes data

We collect outcomes data on every allogeneic transplantation performed in the U.S. (for the SCTOD, as required by U.S. law). U.S. transplant centers also voluntarily submit autologous transplantation data, and transplant centers worldwide voluntarily submit both autologous and allogeneic transplantation data. As a result, our clinical database now contains information on more than 425,000 patients.

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Provide access to outcomes data

Collected data can be accessed for patient care decisions, developing research studies, education, transplant center administrative needs, and CIBMTR research.

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Provide access to research repository samples

The Research Sample Repository contains more than 42,000 related and unrelated paired transplant recipient/donor (or cord blood) samples with complete, validated clinical data. Samples can be used for local research studies, or for CIBMTR research studies.

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Provide statistical expertise to researchers

Both new and experienced investigators have access to biostatistical support to write study proposals, and develop protocols.

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Provide education, guidelines and training

CIBMTR provides trends, outcomes data and presentation graphics, develops post-transplant care guidelines and conducts meetings for education, science and training. The CIBMTR has published more than 1,000 journal articles, book chapters, and other publications since 1972.

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Last Updated: 3/23/2016 9:24 AM
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