Working Committees shape the observational research that leads to publications for CIBMTR. Through 15 focused committees, volunteer members can propose, design and implement studies.
- Membership is open to anyone willing to take an active role in developing and completing studies that involve CIBMTR data or resources. We encourage participation from U.S. and international transplant centers.
- Each Working Committee is headed by two to five co-chairs chosen for their expertise in the field.
- To join a Working Committee, visit the committee page or email email@example.com
Opportunities for Involvement
- Review, approve and prioritize study proposals that will use CIBMTR data.
- Design and conduct observational studies that involve CIBMTR data, statistical resources and /or transplant centers.
- Assess and revise CIBMTR data collection forms.
- Encourage development of studies in under-researched areas.
- Plan and conduct workshops.
- Learn more about how to get involved in a Working Committee.
Working Committees meet in person once annually during the February BMT Tandem Meetings to discuss current studies and to consider new study proposals
Learn more about the working committees and how to participate: