Modern mathematics, computer science, and web-based collaboration techniques have revolutionized the field of biological research, forever changing the ways researchers do their work.
The Bioinformatics Program creates systems to aid the modern biological researcher and physician in collecting, analyzing, annotating, and presenting data. We also assist the new post-genomic scientist/technician with performing advanced pattern based probability studies for gene discovery, mapping, and function identification.
Medical College launches data warehouse for clinical research
Researchers now have access to the Clinical Research Data Warehouse, a research data warehouse that provides a cost-effective, efficient, comprehensive IRB-approved environment to gather and query data for research. Using the Clinical Research Data Warehouse, investigators will be able to determine if a cohort of patients exists, identify potential research participants, and capture study data. Read more...
Supporting Clinical Research Through Medical Informatics
The Bioinformatics Program (part of the Human and Molecular Genetics Center), under the direction of Dr. Howard Jacob, has spent the past several years developing a database and application infrastructure to support clinical research and outcomes analysis throughout the Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Hospital, and Children’s Hospital. Read more...
Try out the new RGD Phenotype database prototype tool
RGD releases the new Diabetes Disease Portal