EurFMT network

The European Faecal Microbiota Transplantation Network of academics

The European Faecal Microbiota Transplantation Network (EurFMT) is an international collaboration of academic FMT centers, working together to promote the advancement of faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) in both clinical practice and research. As a dynamic network, EurFMT aims to bridge the gap between FMT experts across Europe, fostering innovation and excellence in this promising field of medicine.
One of the primary objectives of EurFMT is to improve communication within the FMT community. By facilitating knowledge exchange and collaboration, the network ensures that members stay up-to-date on the latest developments in FMT research and clinical applications. This collaborative approach allows for rapid dissemination of new findings, ultimately accelerating the progress of FMT as a therapeutic modality.
In addition to fostering communication, EurFMT is committed to implementing mutual quality control options. By establishing standardized procedures and guidelines, the network ensures that FMT practices across its member centers maintain the highest quality and safety standards. This harmonized approach not only benefits patients but also strengthens the credibility and integrity of FMT research.
EurFMT overall serves as a common platform for academics in the field of faecal microbiota transplantation. By fostering collaboration, communication, and quality control, the network actively contributes to the progress of FMT in both clinical practice and research. Through the combined efforts of its members, EurFMT strives to impact the advancement of FMT implementation and utilization across Europe.