Bioregistry now active

Caitlin Gard helping a patient holding a tablet while sitting side-by-side in a medical clinic.
CICT Research Coordinator Caitlin Gard helps enroll a kidney transplant patient.

We are pleased to announce that the CICT Bioregistry is now active and enrolled its first subjects today!

The bioregistry will collect and share patient-level data from transplant recipients or candidates with and without cancer to facilitate research to improve the lives of cancer and transplant patients.

We’ve started enrolling kidney transplant patients, and will soon invite all solid organ transplant patients to join. If you’re interested in participating and you’ve had an organ transplant or were referred for one at the University of Washington Medical Center, please email us at [email protected].

We invite collaborators to learn more about how to share your data.

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