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We want to help brilliant scientists to advance transplant.  We need to develop the tools needed for better research. We are developing investigator initiated trials, helping build research consortia, running and expanding international registries.

Listed below are a few of the projects we are working on right now.  Check back often as we will be releasing details of additional new projects we are working on. 

MTA Consortia

We have aligned with Mark Stegall, MD, at the Mayo Clinic to help make a new type of research consortium possible in organ transplantation. The MTA-K (kidney) and MTA-P (pancreas) are two major research consortia that we have already help build. These consortia are comprised of world class transplant centers. The MTA mission is to improve the outcomes of kidney and pancreas transplant recipients through innovative and efficient clinical trials conducting by leading medical institutions around the world. We believe new innovation will be possible through the MTA.

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International Intestinal Transplant Registry

We host the International Intestinal Transplant Registy (IITR). The mission of the IITR is to provide data on the outcomes of intestine transplantation to the international intestine transplant community in order to support their efforts and improve outcomes as well as inform policy development. We are also working with the Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplant Association (ITRA) of the Transplantation Society to make the registry even better.  We hope we can learn and work together to make significant improvements in intestinal transplantation.

To access to the IITR Redcap portal


Grants and Funded Research

We work with many of our collaborative partners on NIH and Industry sponsored grants. In addition to providing intellectual insight into the best research for patient centered innovation, we offer a number of value added services on grants. These services include the following: laboratory services (anti-HLA antibody testing, microRNA library screens, etc.), data science (i.e. machine learning/AI), data coordinating center (with biostatistics, database setup, data visualization), and data analytics for business partners. Because of our dedication to the patient and of commitment to honest and research of the highest integrity, we will provide a competitive low rate on our service costs. We are committed to stretching the dollars in research to make more innovation possible.

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Our Partners

Since 2000, we have collaborated with transplant centers and biotechnology companies across the globe to achieve breakthroughs in understanding transplant patients. We continue to build collaborations in transplant as we know this leads to faster innovation. 

Our Academic Collaborators

Multicenter Transplant Alliance - Kidney (MTA-K): Consortium
Multicenter Transplant Alliance - Pancreas (MTA-P): Consortium
Multicenter Transplant Alliance - Liver (MTA-L): Consortium
Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplant Association (Registry)
Baylor University
Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Weill Cornell Medical College - Cornell University, New York, NY
and many more ... 

Our biotechnology partners though grants, trials, and research collaboration

Astellas Pharma
Bristol-Myers Squibb
CSL Behring
Octapharma AG
One Lambda, Inc
Veloxis Pharmaceutical


If you want to work with us, we encourage you to submit your inquiry via the link below. We would love to dream with you and lend our expertise to make innovation happen. 

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