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Biomedical Research Informatics Core Laboratory (BIDMC)

Location: 107 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115

Summary:

"The mission of the Biomedical Research Informatics Core (BRIC) is to utilize the expertise of BIDMC 'informaticians' with backgrounds in medicine, biology, engineering, biostatistics, and computer science to facilitate research at our institution by (a) providing a high level of service and experience in informatics that is difficult for individual laboratories to achieve and maintain, (b) developing the infrastructure required to address common informatics needs of all researchers, and (c) identifying areas in which there can be closer collaboration among life scientists and quantitative scientists."

View our portfolio for examples of BRIC projects. To arrange for a free consultation, please contact Griffin Weber. If you choose to use BRIC services, hourly fees vary depending on the types of services needed. You will be given an estimate of the number of hours before any work begins.

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  • Informatics services ( Data analysis service )

    Service includes: creation and management of HIPAA compliant databases, design and update of attractive internet websites, implementation of software and web-based applications, assistance with the selection and use of data analysis tools, development of novel analysis techniques, and custom software creation built to address investigator needs. Help coordinating projects between several other informatics groups including Academic and Research Computing, Clinical Data Repository, Division of Interdisciplinary Medicine and Biotechnology, General Clinical Research Center (GCRC), Genomics Center, Media Services is also available.

Software

  • i2b2 Software ( Software )

    Clinical and basic research data mining software.


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Last updated: 2011-06-14T08:46:54.275-05:00

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