European Registry for Children on Renal Replacement Therapy
Currently only Marjolein Bonthuis is working for the Registy:
As coordinator of the Registry I will be responsible for maintaining close contact with all contributors to the Registry. Other tasks include annual data collection and management, performing statistical analyses, preparing annual reports and scientific papers, and coordinating research activities of visiting researchers from various countries.
The paediatric end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) population is a challenging and very interesting one, and the ESPN/ERA Registry provides a great basis for studying the epidemiology of childhood ESKD in Europe with the ultimate goal of improving their outcome. I very much appreciate your enthusiasm participating in the Registry and I am very grateful to our fruitful collaboration.