Fecal Microbiota Transplantation National Registry
The AGA Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) National Registry will assess short- and long-term patient outcomes associated with FMT. This registry is a program of the AGA Institute and AGA Center for Gut Microbiome Research & Education.
If you perform fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT), we encourage you to participate in this national data collection project. Our goal is to track 4,000 patients for 10 years. The data we collect will allow us to identify potential short-term adverse outcomes and to search for long-term safety concerns, such as development of chronic conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, obesity and diabetes. Please contribute to advancing the future of FMT — the information available to you and your patients at the end of this initiative will be worth it.
News about the AGA FMT National Registry
On Nov. 30, 2022, FDA approved the first fecal microbiota therapy for recurrent CDI, Rebyota®. FDA also issued new requirements for stool banks and health care professionals using FMT material.
Published in Gastroenterology, the registry reported that FMT led to a cure of C. difficile infection in 90% of patients across 20 North American FMT practice sites. Few serious side effects were reported.
With this milestone, the FMT registry is officially underway. The AGA FMT National Registry also announces collaborations with American Gut and OpenBiome.
In this article Genome Magazine profiles AGA’s Fecal Microbiota Transplantation National Registry, which will be the largest data set of long-term outcomes for this procedure.
In this Gastroenterology commentary, the registry co-principal investigators discuss the impetus and goals for this massive data collection initiative.
Read our initial announcement of the AGA FMT National Registry.
Patient information on the AGA FMT National Registry
Visit Clinicaltrials.gov to see the sites participating in this registry. You or your doctor can contact the participating sites to learn more about enrolling.
Visit this page for frequently asked questions and other information relevant to patients who have already received a FMT.
This information will help you understand if fecal microbiota transplantation is right for you.
More on the AGA FMT National Registry
Hear from Loren Laine, MD, AGAF, Colleen Kelly, MD, and Gary Wu, MD, co-principal investigators for AGA’s NIH-funded FMT registry, as they explain how this registry will influence future practice and research of FMT.
Meet our funder
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Meet our steering committee
The FMT Registry Steering Committee oversees registry operations, ensures compliance with clinical protocol and applicable regulations, and provides general direction for the registry.
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