The UR CTSI strives to create a research friendly data environment that can help research teams maximize the impact of their clinical, translational or basic biomedical research studies. Our expert Informatics team offers a variety of tools, services and training to help researchers plan, access, analyze and manage data for their studies.
Research Data Integration
Our experienced database developers, data managers and statisticians offer a full-range of data integration services for biomedical and translational research projects, including integration of clinical, specimen inventory and experimental assay data.
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The Informatics team can help you plan, access, analyze and manage data for your clinical, population health or basic biomedical research studies. From planning and design to completion of your studies, our team has the tools and expertise to get you what you need.
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This free system offers University of Rochester researchers a secure and convenient way to access and analyze clinical data containing protected health information. SERDA offers analytical tools, secure data storage and data backup – all accessible from your desktop.
The volume of complex and fragmented health data is ever increasing. These data have the potential to revolutionize healthcare, but are difficult to access, share, and use. The National Center for Data to Health (CD2H) strives to build an infrastructure to unite these data into an ecosystem that enables innovative new analytics and promotes effective collaboration among researchers and clinicians. University of Rochester researchers can collaborate with peers and access tools and data through CD2H.
The UR CTSI is supported in part by grants UL1 TR002001, KL2 TR001999, and TL1 TR002000 from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). If you took advantage of our informatics tools or consultations, please cite the appropriate UR CTSI grants.