The DIVAT cohort

The Immunology and nephrology department of the Nantes University Hospital has developed the DIVAT (standing for computerized and validated data in transplantation) cohort allowing to set up a computer database which includes the monitoring of medical records for kidney and/or pancreas transplant recipients and a software allowing data retrieval from the database for epidemiological analysis.

Objectives

  • To collect and exchange information.
  • To conduct clinical and epidemiological studies.
  • To communicate and exchange data and results with other academic researchers.
  • To construct partnership with pharmaceutical industries.

Methodology

  • ​7 main French University Hospitals: Nantes, Paris-Necker, Nancy, Montpellier, Lyon, Paris-Saint Louis and Nice.
  • 300 clinical and biological parameters are collected at 3 months, 6 months, 1 year and then every year.
  • An audit will be carried out once a year.
  • Automatic accuracy controls focus on missing data, inconsistent values, and wrong dates.
  • To create a biocollection database linked to clinical data for centers of Nantes, Necker and Lyon.

Investigators

Magali Giral
Professeur en Néphrologie

magali.giral@chu-nantes.fr

Tél : +33 (0) 2 40 08 74 43

Responsable de l’Unité d’Investigation Clinique - Institut de Transplantation Urologie Néphrologie du CHU de Nantes

Chercheuse - UMR 1064 CRTI « Center for Research in Transplantation and Immunology».

Clarisse Kerleau
Chef de projet

clarisse.kerleau@univ-nantes.fr

Tél: +33 (0) 2 40 08 74 22

Coordinatrice d’études cliniques – I.T.U.N (Institut de Transplantation Urologie Néphrologie), RTRS Centaure, UMR U1064)

Marine Lorent
Ingénieur Recherche, Docteur en Biostatistique

marine.lorent@univ-nantes.fr

Chargée des analyses statistiques pour la cohorte EKITE. Domaines de recherche : Modèles de survie, Modèles de survie relative, Méta-analyses d'outils pronostiques

They support DIVAT

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