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About the SRTR

The Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients has an important role in the nation’s organ transplantation system and serves many audiences. Follow links on this page to learn more about SRTR and its Technical Advisory Committee, and about the national Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network, the Chronic Disease Research Group, and the Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation.

The SRTR is administered by the Chronic Disease Research Group (CDRG) Picture of exit disclaimer of the The Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation (MMRF)exit disclaimer. CDRG investigators and staff together with SRTR senior staff from around the country have substantial experience working on large epidemiologic projects such as SRTR, and have published research reports in peer-reviewed journals covering such topics as transplant patient mortality, morbidity, and quality of life; allocation of organs and organ transplant waiting lists; and patient survival and other outcomes after transplant.

  • SRTR Technical Advisory Committee  Picture of exit disclaimer  Describes the committee that provides technical oversight.

  • SRTR Staff  Picture of exit disclaimer  Provides a list of current staff with biographies for selected staff members.

  • SRTR Role in Transplant  Picture of exit disclaimer  Describes how SRTR’s responsibilities fit into the national organ transplant system, and describes the flow of information for the SRTR analyses that produce organ transplant statistics and data reports.

  • www.optn.transplant.hrsa.gov  is the website for the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network, which is operated by the United Network for Organ Sharing (www.unos.org) Picture of exit disclaimer