The Scientific Committee is open to interested members of the IRTA and will be comprised of gastroenterology and transplant surgical investigators, basic scientists and other members of the IRTA community.
Goals and Objectives
Identify research priorities within the field of intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation.
Review proposed research proposals and data requests from IRTA members.
Help improve utilization of the registry component of the IRTA through investigator led queries or center QI initiatives.
Serve to facilitate and promote multicenter collaborative research studies in the field.
Provide resources to the CIRTA Congress planning process (abstract and content review) and provide review of content for potential IRTA endorsement of related pediatric or adult intestine transplant meetings.
Monthly conference calls to review and assess progress.
Complete the Pediatric Ancillary data analysis and submit manuscript.
Impact of DSA and graft monitoring in intestine transplant.
Prepare a survey to IRTA centers to assess current graft monitoring (biopsy and DSA) practice over the past 4 years.
Based on survey results, work with registry to modify data request for interested centers and collect data.
Prepare abstract and manuscript.
Scientific Committee Committee
Robert Venick, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Yaron Avitzur, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Geoff Bond, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Laurens Ceulemans, Leuven, Belgium
Conrad Cole, Cincinnati, OH, USA
AnneMarie DeVoll-Zabrocki, Omaha, NE, USA
Carlos O. Esquivel, Palo Alto, CA, USA
Matt Everly, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Jason Hawksworth, Washington, DC, USA
Yousheng Li, Nanjing, China
Joel Lim, Kansas City, MO, USA
Andreas Pascher, Berlin, Germany
Debra Sudan, Durham, NC, USA
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