Dr. Blosser and his research team have established a REDCap-based bioregistry in order to integrate patient data from multiple cancer centers and transplant programs to advance the multidimensional research program. The bioregistry includes a comprehensive cancer and transplant data dictionary that will capture individual patient data and align with other databases and population registries across the country.
The research stemming from the bioregistry will lead to improved health and outcomes for solid organ transplant recipients, additional funding, and an ever-increasing number of research projects. The team will build a biobank (cancer and organ transplant tissues from biopsies along with blood and urine samples) in the next phase of development to enable further translational research related to cancer and organ transplant.
Forms Required to Request Data:
To request data from the CICT Bioregistry, all investigators must submit a Gatekeeper form for review by the CICT Data Access Committee. Once the request for data has been reviewed and approved, the CICT team will ask investigators to submit a signed Data Use Agreement.
CICT Publications & Presentations Charter
CICT Data Use Agreement (for information only: please do not submit until requested by CICT)
For more information on requesting access to data or contributing data to the bioregistry:
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