The United States Immunodeficiency Network (USIDNET) is a research consortium established to advance scientific research in the field of primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI) by assembling and maintaining the only registry of clinical data from patients with PI, providing education and mentoring for young investigators and physicians in the field of PI, and acting as a resource for clinical and laboratory research.
Take a look at our current patient enrollment! Want to see more? On our Registry Data Statistics page, you can explore the registry population's demographics, diagnoses, and treatments.
This information is updated in realtime and is available to download without submitting a formal query.