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COVID-19 Resources

CRI resources for COVID-19 research and innovation include clinical data marts, REDCap, scientific computing, and consultation.

 

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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.

REDCap
Clinical Trials Informatics

FIND A CUSTOM SOLUTION

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

Custom Applications

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Pediatric Cancer Data Commons

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NCI DI-Cubed Data Integration

collaboration with Leidos Biomedical Research

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ECHO

Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes

Monoclonal antibody drug protein

Elligo/FDA Data Harmonization

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

NEWS

Dipti Ranganathan departs for new UChicago role

By News

Executive Director Dipti Ranganathan will now serve as the University of Chicago’s first Chief Privacy Officer (CPO). As CPO, Dipti will collaborate with University stakeholders to build and manage a privacy and data governance program, addressing administrative and research data. A national search for Dipti’s permanent successor as CRI Director will be launched soon, engaging multiple stakeholders across the Division. On an interim basis, CRI will be overseen by Julie Johnson, Associate Director of Clinical Research Informatics.

Zoom Seminar: Electronic Informed Consent (eIC) in Research

By News, REDCap

Date and Time: Wednesday, January 27, 2020 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Description: This session will provide an overview of regulatory guidelines, requirements, and implementation processes for eIC. It will also provide an overview of the REDCap processes and functionality for eIC. This training is recommended for individuals who would like to get familiar with the Electronic Informed Consent (eIC) process.

Speakers:
James Lynch
BSD IRB, Associate Director of Education/Quality Assurance
Julissa Acevedo
BSD CRI, REDCap Administrator/Senior Systems Analyst

Offered by: Office of Clinical Research and Center for Research Informatics

Registration: https://bsdocr.bsd.uchicago.edu/fac-staff/education/registration-request/fundamentals.html
Zoom link will be provided upon registration.

Contact: Margaret Wieczorek
mwieczor@bsd.uchicago.edu
773-834-2860

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