CIBMTR

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CIBMTRCenter for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research
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a list of the National Cancer Institute's [2010] Comprehensive Cancer Centers) and the CIBMTR data.
Monthly counts of the number of women undergoing HDC/HCT and reported to the CIBMTR registry are displayed in Figure 1.
The CIBMTR is a combined research program of the Medical College of Wisconsin and the National Marrow Donor Program.
Matthew Gress, ComprehensiveBMT product manager, adds, "RemedyMD worked closely with the CIBMTR when building the forms included with the product, and we're very happy with the end result.
The funding, awarded NIH "Roadmap Re-Engineering the Clinical Research Enterprise," will support doctors and information specialists from the NMDP in Minneapolis and the CIBMTR in Milwaukee to develop a public system for electronic exchange of clinical network transplantation data.
NMDP and CIBMTR said in the press release that the effort is intended to result in:
Figure 6: Annual number of hematopoietic stem cell transplantations worldwide, 1970-2006, according to CIBMTR data 14
Figure 7: Stem cell sources for allogeneic and autologous transplants in patients over 20 years of age, 1997-2006, according to CIBMTR data 19
Douglas Rizzo, CIBMTR's Associate Scientific Director for Data Operations and CIBMTR Executive Committee member, corroborated Remedy's claim.
We're looking forward to improved efficiencies with electronic submission of data to CIBMTR, but we're even more excited about the ability to gain a deep and broad view of our data so we can deliver the best possible outcomes for our patients.
Due to the flexibility of the ComprehensiveBMT data model BMT researchers can track and study data far beyond what is reported to CIBMTR.
Horowitz has been the primary mentor for many successful individuals who have passed through her institution, and her mentoring has had a global reach through the CIBMTR.