Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research

Mature doctor discusses something during conferenceThe Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR) registry is a research collaboration between the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) and the Medical College of Wisconsin. CIBMTR seeks to advance hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) and cellular therapy worldwide to increase survival, improve treatment, and enrich the quality of life for patients. Data is required to be entered for every allogeneic transplant performed in the United States. Autologous transplant data is submitted voluntarily. Data is then used for patient care decisions, research studies, and education. Data is collected via data collection forms as well as registry specific software and supported by forms instructions manuals. 

CIBMTR has many benefits for hospital participants, some of which include:

  1. Access to HCT outcomes data on more than 500,000 patients
  2. Access to the Research Sample Repository, which contains close to 60,000 related and unrelated paired transplant recipient/donor (or cord blood) samples that can be used for local research or for CIBMTR research studies
  3. Statistical expertise for assistance with writing study proposals and developing protocols
  4. Education and training in the form of over 1,500 journal articles and other publications

We offer complete outsource solutions or augmentation of existing data collection teams and can tailor a solution based on your needs to provide assistance with CPI lists, baseline forms, follow up forms, cellular therapy forms, or any combination. Our team consists of experienced pediatric and adult CIBMTR data abstractors. The project’s assigned manager can support program success by participating in weekly BMT rounds, accreditation readiness and review meetings, as well as action plan preparation and implementation. Our goal is to ensure high quality, timely, and accurate data collection and submission.

Contact Us to Discuss Solutions

To explore how Registry Partners can assist your organization with CIBMTR management, data collection, or reporting, contact us by completing this convenient online form or by calling (866) 287-2968.