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Biomedical Informatics Program

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http://ohsu.eagle-i.net/i/0000013c-e05d-718e-6d01-360380000000

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  1. Core Laboratory

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  1. Resource Description
    "The Biomedical Informatics Program (BMIP) provides investigators with state of the art informatics tools and methodologies to support translational researchers. Using a hybrid of collaborative and service approaches, BMIP is continually developing and deploying an array of informatics tools for bench research (bioinformatics), bedside research (clinical research informatics), and translation to practice (medical informatics). BMIP also provides a platform for collaborative and multidisciplinary informatics education and research. The Biomedical Informatics Program includes two major areas of emphasis: Translational Bioinformatics - Novel methodology development Statistical Genetics Functional Genomics Clinical Research Informatics Research Data Warehouse - Using Epic and other clinical data for research Clinical research data management software Epic as an interventional tool for research"
  2. Additional Name
    OCTRI BMIP
  3. Additional Name
    OCTRI Biomedical Informatics Program
  4. Additional Name
    Oregon Clinical and Translational Institute Biomedical Informatics Program
  5. Contact
    Hersh, Bill, M.D.
  6. PI
    Schuff, Robert, M.S.
  7. Affiliation
    Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute
  8. Website(s)
    http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/octri/about/organizational-structure/programs/biomedical-infomatics.cfm
  9. Director
    Hersh, Bill, M.D.
  10. PI (co-Investigator)
    McWeeney, Shannon, Ph.D.
 
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