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Cite this (Albert Einstein College of Medicine; New York; USA, RRID:SCR_011090)

URL: http://www.einstein.yu.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

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Cite this (Boston University; Massachusetts; USA, RRID:SCR_004054)

URL: http://www.bu.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

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Cite this (Case Western Reserve University; Ohio; USA, RRID:SCR_011139)

URL: http://www.case.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

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Cite this (Clinical Research Resource HUB, RRID:SCR_008979)

URL: http://hub.ucsf.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

Portal to resources, expertise, and best practices for investigators, study staff, participants and partners/affiliates to facilitate efficient, compliant and ethical study conduct and management. This collaborative effort across a number of organizations and administrative units was built to leverage existing resources and create new content where readily accessible resources currently don''''t exist. The goals of the HUB are to: * Promote excellence in the quality of clinical research management through education. * Facilitate effective and timely clinical research initiation by improving institutional processes and providing clinical research protocol, regulatory, budget, and financial tools. * Increase awareness of clinical trials in the community through education and community participant recruitment outreach activities. * Interface with institutional/industry partners to support enhanced clinical research practice.

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Cite this (Columbia University; New York; USA, RRID:SCR_011164)

URL: http://www.columbia.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

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Cite this (CTSAconnect, RRID:SCR_005225)

URL: http://ctsaconnect.org/

Resource Type: Resource, source code, data or information resource, standard specification, narrative resource, service resource, software resource, knowledge environment, ontology, controlled vocabulary

Semantic framework to integrate information about research activities, clinical activities, and scientific resources to facilitate the production and consumption of Linked Open Data about investigators, physicians, biomedical research resources, services, and clinical activities. The goal is to enable software to consume data from multiple sources and allow the broadest possible representation of researchers'''' and clinicians'''' activities and research products. Current research tracking and networking systems rely largely on publications, but clinical encounters, reagents, techniques, specimens, model organisms, etc., are equally valuable for representing expertise. CTSAConnect will provide linkage between semantic representations of a wide range of clinical and research data using controlled vocabularies mapped to the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) as a bridge between the two subject areas. The data sources include data from Medicaid, hospital billing systems, CTSAShareCenter, and other CTSA resource data, eagle-i and VIVO. It allows institutions to leverage existing tools and data sources by making the information they contain more discoverable and easier to integrate. For instance, with the ISF, researchers can be characterized by organizational affiliations, grant and project participation, research resources that they have generated, and publications that they have (co)-authored. Clinicians can be characterized by training and credentials, by clinical research topic, and by the kinds of procedures and specialization that can be inferred from encounter data. LOD refers to data that has been given a specific Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), for the purpose of sharing and linking data and information on the Semantic Web. While a large amount of data is published as LOD, there remains a significant gap in the representation of research resources and clinical expertise. Researchers can be characterized by the organization to which they belong, the grants and research in which they have participated, the research topics and research resources (reagents, biospecimens, animal models) they have generated, as well as the publications they have (co)-authored. Clinician profiles on the other hand, can be defined by their credentials, clinical research topics, and the kinds of procedures and specialization that can be inferred from clinical encounter data. They believe that integrating and relating this diversity of information sources and platforms requires addressing the overlap between research resources and the attributes and activities of researchers and clinicians. CTSAconnect aims to promote integration and discovery of research activities, resources, and clinical expertise. To this end, they will publish their ontologies and LOD via their website, which will also illustrate repeatable methods and examples of how to extract, consume, and utilize this valuable new LOD using freely available tools like VIVO, eagle-i, and Google APIs. CTSAconnect is a collaboration between Oregon Health & Science University, Stony Brook University, Cornell University, Harvard University, University at Buffalo, and the University of Florida, and leverages the work of eagle-i (eagle-i.net), VIVO (vivoweb.org), and ShareCenter (ctsasharecenter.org).

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Cite this (CTSA ShareCenter, RRID:SCR_005248)

URL: http://www.ctsasharecenter.org/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, portal, service resource, community building portal, data or information resource

An open-source platform designed for organic sharing and collaborative work, it provides the CTSA Consortium with a convenient web platform for networking, exchanging resources, and collaborating. Created and maintained as a tool for the CTSA Consortium, it can be implemented by organizations, either in a standalone installation or via cloud-based hosting provided by Zaloni, Inc. The installation package is available at http://www.getsharecenter.org/, including a package optimized for research networks. ShareCenter integrates with VIVO and is a demonstration site for the new CTSAconnect project that will coalesce the VIVO and eagle-i ontologies. CTSA personnel can use ShareCenter to connect and share with each other, while CTSAs can (a) set up the open-source package, which includes a version optimized for research networks or (b) easily create their own private ''''channel'''' on CTSA ShareCenter. * Search for resources and people. * Contribute your institute''''s gems. * Look cool for being a top contributor! ShareCenter Features * Easy search and access: Find content easily using faceted search. * Team based workspaces: Easily create and manage private collaboration spaces. * Connect with other users and follow their activities: Connect with other CTSA members. Follow their activities. * Subscriptions and Notifications: Subscribe to interesting content and receive notifications when your requests are filled. * Sophisticated categorization of information: Content can be categorized by key function areas, taxonomy and keywords. * Incentives for sharing: Reward users for sharing resources, ideas, expertise, skills.

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    CUSP

Cite this (CUSP, RRID:SCR_006373)

URL: http://irvinginstitute.columbia.edu/cusp/cgi-bin/ww2ui.cgi/

Resource Type: Resource, portal, database, community building portal, people resource, data or information resource

Web-based, open access scientific networking system providing one-stop shopping for investigators seeking collaborators at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. Contact information, grants, and publications are integrated to facilitate searches by topic or person.

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Cite this (Duke University; North Carolina; USA, RRID:SCR_011193)

URL: http://duke.edu/

Resource Type: Organization, organization portal, training resource, university, graduate program resource, institution, undergraduate program resource, portal, degree granting program, data or information resource

Private research university in Durham, North Carolina. Founded by Methodists and Quakers in 1838. Home of Blue Devils, Duke University has undergraduate and graduate students and world class faculty.

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    Eagle I

Cite this (Eagle I, RRID:SCR_013153)

URL: https://www.eagle-i.net/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

Web application to discover resources available at participating networked universities. This distributed platform for creating and sharing semantically rich data is built around semantic web technologies and follows linked open data principles.

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    eBIRT

Cite this (eBIRT, RRID:SCR_004172)

URL: http://ebirt.emory.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, portal, database

Venue for research resource discovery offering resource providers a platform to advertise their services and products, as well as investigators a means to locate services for their use. Search results may be refined by resource type, research area or institution.

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Cite this (Emory University; Georgia; USA, RRID:SCR_011205)

URL: http://www.emory.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, organization portal, training resource, university, graduate program resource, medical school program resource, institution, undergraduate program resource, portal, degree granting program, data or information resource

Emory University, a top 20 research university located in Atlanta, Georgia, is an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged and diverse community whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care and social action. The university offers academic degrees and programs ( undergraduate, graduate and professional) through nine schools, with particular strengths in the arts and sciences, business, law, theology and the health professions. The university is recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts college, superb professional schools and one of the Southeast''s leading health care systems. Emory maintains an uncommon balance for an institution of its standing: it generates more research funding than any other Georgia university, while maintaining its traditional emphasis on teaching. The university is enriched by the legacy and energy of Atlanta, and by collaboration among its schools, units and centers, as well as with affiliated institutions.

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    ePRISM

Cite this (ePRISM, RRID:SCR_006386)

URL: http://www.h-outcomes.com/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data management software

Software application that supports the execution of multivariable prediction models with patient-specific characteristics so that personalized estimates of outcomes, often as a function of alternative treatments, can be generated within the routine flow of patient care. This can support evidence-based, shared medical decision-making to improve the safety, outcomes and cost-effectiveness of care. The current application is in the setting of generating individualized informed consent documents for PCI. However, the tool can support that translation of novel biomarkers, genetics and pharmacogenomic interactions into clinical care. The platform gives healthcare providers instantaneous access to the latest clinical prediction models coupled with rich visualization tools. These models may come from national organizations, outcomes researchers or a specific institution. In addition to decision support applications, it can be used to rapidly create personalized educational materials, patient letters, informed consent documents and a broad array of other items that can help elevate the quality of healthcare delivery.

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    FURTHeR

Cite this (FURTHeR, RRID:SCR_006383)

URL: http://openfurther.org/

Resource Type: Resource, database, service resource, portal, storage service resource, data repository, community building portal, data or information resource

Data and knowledge management infrastructure for the new Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) at the University of Utah. This clinical cohort search tool is used to search across the University of Utah clinical data warehouse and the Utah Population Database for people who satisfy various criteria of the researchers. It uses the i2b2 front end but has a set of terminology servers, metadata servers and federated query tool as the back end systems. FURTHeR does on-the-fly translation of search terms and data models across the source systems and returns a count of results by unique individuals. They are extending the set of databases that can be queried.

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Cite this (Georgetown University; Washington D.C.; USA, RRID:SCR_005575)

URL: http://www.georgetown.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

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Cite this (Georgia Institute of Technology; Georgia; USA, RRID:SCR_011225)

URL: http://www.gatech.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

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Cite this (Howard University; Washington D.C., RRID:SCR_001084)

URL: http://www.howard.edu/

Resource Type: Organization, degree granting program, professional program, training resource

A federally chartered, private, coeducational, nonsectarian, historically black university in Washington, D.C. Howard University has graduate schools in many fields, including business, nursing, engineering, and medicine.

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    HUBzero

Cite this (HUBzero, RRID:SCR_006384)

URL: http://hubzero.org/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data management software, software library, software toolkit

Open source software platform for building powerful Web portals that support scientific discovery, learning, and collaboration. Some refer to such web sites as collaboratories supporting team science. They call them hubs because each site becomes a focal point for its user community. HUBzero includes a powerful content management system built to support scientific activities. Users of a HUB can work together in projects, publish datasets and computational tools with Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs), and make these publications available for others to use--not as dusty downloads, but as live, interactive digital resources. Simulation/modeling tools published on a hub can be accessed with the click of a button. They run on cloud computing resources, campus clusters, and other national high-performance computing (HPC) facilities and serve up compelling visualizations. Projects can create public or private groups for collaboration and take advantage of over 10,000 Joomla! software extensions that provide additional functionality.

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Cite this (Hunter College; New York; USA, RRID:SCR_005707)

URL: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, university, institution

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Cite this (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; New York; USA, RRID:SCR_005793)

URL: http://icahn.mssm.edu/

Resource Type: Organization, university, training resource, institution, medical school program resource, degree granting program

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, formerly Mount Sinai School of Medicine, is graduate medical school in Manhattan, New York City. Leader in medical and scientific training and education, biomedical research and patient care.

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