Since 2011, the CRI has provided the Biological Sciences Division with computing resources, services, and expertise to enable world-class research.
We offer state-of-the-art technologies for working with clinical, translational, and basic science data – from acquisition and storage to analysis and sharing. Our resources are secure, standards-compliant, and open to all members of the BSD. We take pride in being research collaborators who can work with you through all the stages of a project.
In addition, we support research and education in the field of informatics. We work with the Institute for Translational Medicine and other partners on joint initiatives, and we are strong advocates for informatics within our research communities.
We hope you’ll take a look around, learn more about what we can do, and consider making the CRI your research partner. If you have any questions or want to talk more about a project, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Next Free Bioinformatics Training: March 31
On Tuesday, March 31, the CRI Bioinformatics Core will present the free training seminar "Analysis of Affymetrix Microarray Data with R and Bioconductor." Learn more and reserve your seat here.
The CRI has job openings for Executive Assistant, Bioinformatician, and Programmer. See job descriptions and apply here.
Keith Danahey to Present at AMIA 2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science
The CRI is proud to announce that Keith Danahey, lead programmer on the 1200 Patients project, will be presenting this March at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Joint Summits on Translational Science. Keith's presentation, "Simplifying the Use of Pharmacogenomics in Clinical Practice: Implementation of the Genomic Prescribing System," will discuss the development of the project's GPS, a portal that allows doctors to receive instant summaries to inform prescribing decisions based on enrolled patients' genomic profiles.