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Health Information Resources

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R&D staff at LHNCBC are developing and enhancing large, complex information systems to meet new needs in health information, biomedical research, and historical preservation.

 

Projects

  • ClinicalTrials.gov

    ClinicalTrials.gov provides the public with congressionally-mandated comprehensive information about interventional and observational clinical research studies and their results. Study sponsors include the U.S. Federal government, pharmaceutical and device companies, academic, and international organizations.

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    Consumer Health Question Answering

    The consumer health question answering project was launched to support NLM customer services that receive about 90,000 requests a year from a world-wide pool of customers.

  • Genetics Home Reference

    Genetics Home Reference (GHR) is the National Library of Medicine Web site for consumer information about genetic conditions and the genes and chromosomes related to those conditions.

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    Open-i

    Open-i (pronounced “open eye”) is the LHNCBC experimental multimedia search engine that retrieves and displays structured MEDLINE citations augmented by image-related text and concepts and linked to images based on image features.

  • Profiles in Science

    The Profiles in Science Web site showcases digital reproductions of items selected from the personal manuscript collections of prominent biomedical researchers, medical practitioners, and those fostering science and health. The Web site provides worldwide access to this unique biomedical information.