CCAIR Research and Data

Current Studies:

  • Intestinal Rehabilitation Patient Registry
    • Principal Investigator: Colin Martin, MD
  • A Prospective, Multi-center Registry for Patients with Short Bowel Syndrome
    • Principal Investigator: Reed Dimmitt, MD, MSPH
    • Sponsor: NPS Pharmaceuticals, INC
  • Empiric Antibiotic Exposure, intestinal microbiome and nutritional outcomes in pediatric intestinal failure
    • Principal Investigator: David Galloway, MD
  • A Study to Determine the Role of Gestational Age in the Development of Mucosal Innate Immunity, the Expression of Toll-Like Receptors (TLRs), and Inflammation
    • Principal Investigator: Colin Martin, MD
  • Environmental Programming of IgA Transport in Neonatal Disease
    • Principal Investigator: Colin Martin, MD
  • Maternal and environmental influence of early neonatal immunity
    • Principal Investigator: Colin Martin, MD
  • Compassionate Use of an Intravenous Fat Emulsion Comprised of Fish Oils (Omegaven) in the Treatment of Parenteral Nutrition (PN) Induced Liver Injury
    • Principal Investigator: Colin Martin, MD
  • Line Infections in Intestinal Rehabilitation Patients
    • Principal Investigator: Colin Martin, MD
  • Clinical Factors Associated with Necrotizing Enterocolitis
    • Principal Investigator: Colin Martin, MD

Past Studies:

  • Retrospective Study on the use of Ethanol Locks on Pediatric Patients with Central Venous Lines
    • Principal Investigator: Reed Dimmitt, MD, MSPH
  • TED-C13-003 A 12-Week Pharmacokinetic, Safety, and Pharmacodynamic Study of Teduglutide in Pediatric Subjects Aged 1 Year through 17 Years, with Short Bowel Syndrome who are Dependent on Parenteral Support
    • Principal Investigator: Reed Dimmitt, MD, MSPH

Publications:

  • Pediatric Intestinal Failure Consortium: this was a collection of 14 academic medical centers (9 transplant centers) with established multi-disciplinary pediatric intestinal rehabilitation programs that performed collective research for several years.  Their data gathering and publications have contributed greatly to the intestinal rehabilitation community.