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Expanded Donor Data Download from the United Network for Organ Sharing

Published on Monday, August 13, 2018

Expanded Donor Data Download from the United Network for Organ Sharing

New Feature for IIDP Investigators

Two options will be available directly within the IIDP website: 1) individual downloads of donor data from one specific islet isolation in your History of Offers table, and 2) batch downloads of one or more donor records from the dashboard screen. In order to access either download method, you must first read, acknowledge, and provide an electronic signature to the IIDP / UNOS Data Use Agreement (DUA). The UNOS DUA will be presented to you during your first attempt at access via either of the two download options.

Figure 1. Individual record download via the History of Islet Offers table

Figure 2. Batch record download option via the dashboard screen

UNOS updates their data regularly. So, if some or all data from a recent islet shipment is currently unavailable, please check back later.

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IIDP Principal Investigator Dr. Joyce Niland Honored by City of Hope

At a ceremony on January 10, 2019, held at the Cooper Auditorium at City of Hope (COH) in Duarte, CA, Joyce C. Niland, Ph.D. became one of the three newest inductees to the Scientific Research Portrait Gallery. This auspicious honor is given to those investigators that have devoted their careers to the advancement of science at COH. Dr. Niland is the Department Chair of the Diabetes & Cancer Discovery Science at City of Hope, a Full Professor in the Beckman Research Institute, an adjunct Professor in the USC Keck School of Medicine, holder of the first Edward & Estelle Alexander Endowed Chair and brings over 30 years of experience and 193 publications in biostatistics, biomedical informatics, system development and deployment, and collaboration in translational research. 

 

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