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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

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Medical Informatics Pioneers

Oral history is a method for documenting history in a vivid way by recording the voices of those who have experienced it. “Memory is the core of oral history, from which meaning can be extracted and preserved.”

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.

Repository for Informed Decision Making (RIDeM)

RIDeM provides access to key fact needed to support clinical decision making.

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Translational Science

Translational Science is a new field that develops new medical capabilities such as drugs, devices, and treatment options for patients, and then transitions those capabilities into medical practice as fast as is feasible. Steps in that transition can include clinical trials, clinical studies, and observational studies.