The Biomedical Informatics program creates and manages platforms, services, applications, and networks that serve clinical and translational researchers at Harvard University, its affiliates, and our CTSA Consortium research partners.

Harvard Catalyst Profiles

Searchable database and networking tool for collaboration with faculty at the medical, dental, and public health schools.

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Shrine

A network query tool to identify potential clinical cohorts, formulate research hypotheses, and collect data.

Learn more about SHRINE

i2b2 tranSMART

Enables collaboration for precision medicine, through sharing, integration, standardization, and analysis of heterogenous data from healthcare and research

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REDCap

Free, web-based electronic data capture tools to support clinical research studies.

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Open Source

Enabling team science, sparking innovation, and speeding up research through open code.

Visit the open.catalyst website

The Biomedical Informatics program also provides support for:

The Biomedical Informatics program also provides support for: