R2* is a promising biomarker of liver iron concentration (LIC), with application in the assessment of iron overload. Previous works have demonstrated the high correlation of liver R2* with biopsy-determined LIC. Although R2* measurements may be affected by multiple confounding factors, including the presence of fat and noise bias, confounder-corrected R2* mapping has been shown to be highly insensitive to the presence of these confounding factors. However, the multi-center reproducibility of confounder-corrected R2* for liver iron quantification remains unknown. This abstract demonstrates excellent reproducibility of R2* for liver iron quantification in a multi-center, multi-vendor study at both 1.5T and 3T.