Biomedical Informatics Resources
The Biomedical Informatics program has been created to establish an informatics infrastructure to support clinical and translational research in West Virginia. Our mission is to transform the health and healthcare of West Virginians through leading-edge biomedical informatics technologies.
Build infrastructure and academic home to promote evidence-based research through innovative data collection and analysis.
Specific Aim 1:
To expand the existing Integrated Data Repository (IDR) to include clinical and demographic data from other WV healthcare institutions
Specific Aim 2:
To develop new features for the Integrated Data Repository user interface to facilitate data access, analysis, and utilization for C/T research
Specific Aim 3:
To provide collaborative services and promote development and use of new technologies and tools
Training and Assistance
We also provide mentoring and training in health informatics to clinical and translational researchers. If you need assistance with your research, please contact Dr. Guo, the Biomedical Informatics program director.