Research IT Information & Exchange Series
Goal: To educate pediatric researchers on the research IT and informatics resources and expertise available to facilitate their research and to identify areas where we can enhance IT methods to better support research.
Format: One hour sessions led by subject matter experts to present information on the current services and expertise available.
Intended audience: Researchers with an interest in capitalizing on research IT tools to make their research better. Also, researchers who are interested in using Big Data and Healthcare Analytic approaches in their research.
Held Friday, March 10, 2017
- i2b2=Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside
- Pop Disco=Children’s Population Discovery tool for Epic, Careforce link or email email@example.com
- Data resources at Georgia Tech, inlcuding OHDSI=Observational Health Data Science and Informatics collaboration, contact Richard Starr to get started
Held Friday, March 17, 2017
Use this flow chart to help decide which data collection and organization resource is best for you.
Held March 24, 2017
Learn about using different clinical datasets in your research. Included in the discussion:
- Children's Clinical Data Warehouse
- Medicaid data at GT, contact Richard Starr to get started.
To request Children's services:
Held April 7, 2017
Resources highlighted included:
- Pediatric Biostatistics Core
- Emory SPH Resources including the BCC
- ACTSI BERD
- CHOA Consultative Analysts: Careforce link or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- REAL Program
- Graduate Students at GT: contact Julie Swann or Nicoleta Serban
Use this flyer to help decide which resource is best for you.
Held April 14, 2017
- Freezer monitoring
- Equipment software
- Data storage
- Data sharing
If you are an Emory researcher interested in using freezer monitoring, or need help with equipment software, data storage or data sharing, please contact your department IT resources. In the Department of Pediatrics, contact Robert Migliore.
Held on April 28, 2017
Discussed suitable collaborators and specific areas of expertise in Atlanta based institutions and highlighted and discussed best practices in these types of collaborations.