Personalized Medicine to the Bedside

Join the Computational Life Sciences Seminar Series on 5/30 for a talk from Keith Danahey.

 

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Publications, awards, interviews, and more — see what we’ve been up to lately.

 

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The CRI is hiring an HPC Systems Administrator. Join our team!

 

WELCOME TO THE CRI

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ACQUIRE DATA

Explore clinical data available for research and make a data request.

Clinical Research Data Warehouse
Cohort Discovery

ANALYZE DATA

We offer high-performance computing and advanced bioinformatics analysis for the most complex datasets.

Bioinformatics Core
High Performance Computing
Computing Resources

STORE DATA

Our storage is secure, standards-compliant, and backed up daily.

CRI Data Storage

MANAGE DATA

Manage studies, surveys, and databases for research.

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Clinical Trials Informatics

FIND A CUSTOM SOLUTION

Learn more about the CRI’s tailor-made research solutions.

Custom Applications

NCI DI-Cubed Data Integration

collaboration with Leidos Biomedical Research

ECHO

Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes

Elligo/FDA Data Harmonization

Publication Highlight: Science, January 2018

World-changing research. Powered by the CRI.   SEE MORE OF OUR WORK

NEWS

REDCap Feedback Survey

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Many thanks to UChicago’s REDCap community for their ongoing use of REDCap. Below is a link to an anonymous survey which asks for your feedback on topics such as training, support, and REDCap itself. Our goal is to use this feedback to help us identify areas of improvement.

2019 REDCap Feedback Survey

This link is NOT unique to you so feel free to share it with UChicago colleagues. This survey should take about 5-20 minutes to complete depending on the level of feedback you would like to provide. If you need more time, there is also a “Save & Return Later” option. The survey will remain open until Thursday, May 30th.

As a thank you for participating in our survey, you will be eligible to enter a raffle for REDCap branded products. After submitting your feedback survey, you will be directed to a new survey to complete a raffle entry. Your contact information will not be tied to your feedback responses, as they are two separate surveys. If you are one of our randomly selected winners, we will contact you on Friday, May 31st.

Thank you in advance for your time and participation!

CRI experts to present tutorial at AMIA 2019 Informatics Summit

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The CRI’s Jorge Andrade, PhD, and Sam Volchenboum, MD, PhD, will join colleagues from Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children and Columbia University to present a tutorial session at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2019 Informatics Summit this March. 

The tutorial, titled “A Bioinformatics Tutorial for Analyzing Whole Exome Sequencing: Unstructured Data to Variant Interpretation,” will be attended by clinicians, biologists, biomedical researchers, and students who are using or planning to use high-throughput genomics data in their research. It will provide an opportunity to run whole exome sequencing (WES) bioinformatics pipelines for processing raw fastq files into variant call files via the CRI’s high performance computing cluster, as well as hands-on examples for interpreting WES variant data using publicly-available resources.

We are looking forward to joining our colleagues from other institutions and combining our expertise in bioinformatics analysis and high performance computing to offer a valuable experience to AMIA attendees.

EVENTS

Computational Medicine: Data Science as a Tool for Discovery

May 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join the Center for Data and Computing for a talk from Sendhil Mullainathan.

CLSSS: Personalized Medicine to the Bedside

May 30 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Computational Life Sciences Seminar Series presents a talk from Keith Danahey.

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