Biomedical Informatics Unit
Morehouse School of Medicine

Contact: Helen Tyree, Web Portal Administrator
Phone: 404.756-8820

The Biomedical Informatics Unit (BIU) at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) focuses on integration of MSM and affiliated health information systems — electronic medical and personal health records, patient databases, and other research databases (basic, translational, clinical and population-based) — into an interpretable repository.

The unit also focuses on bioinformatics analysis that includes, but is not limited to identification of genetic biomarkers for tangible diagnostic applications, analysis of gene expression data gathered from multiplatform microarrays (Agilent, Affymetrix, etc) as well as provides analysis and consultation related to various expression profiling technologies which include RNA, miRNA, ChIP-on-Chip, and Antibody microarrays and post-hoc analysis of SNP and SAGE data.

In collaboration with the biostatistics unit at MSM, the BIU provides weekly data management consultations through studio sessions. The BIU also provides weekly training in REDCap for data collection and data management. Please find below a snapshot of services provided by the BIU.

For more information and to request for services, please visit the Research Web-Portal.

Services/Software Technologies:
Array STAST                                                      
Biomedical Informatics Training Support           
Big Data Analytical support                                
Biomedical Informatics Analyses Support         
Biomedical Informatics Studio Consultation       
Genomics Data Analyses
I2b2 Workbench Training/Data Access              
Mobile Health Informatics Support
Pathways 4/Igenuity Pathways Analysis   
Proposal/Project Development and Study Design
REDCap Training/Access
Research Database Design
Research Database Development
Research Web portal Assistance                       
Research Project Database Implementation Assistance
Spotfire and Genesifter

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