Informatics symposium to focus on application, impact of IT on health research

The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) and the Institute for Health Informatics and Comparative Effectiveness Research will cohost “Informatics: Driving Discovery, Improving Health (IDD 2012)” April 6.

The aim of this symposium is to enlighten and update the clinical research community and other interested regional informaticians about the current research and health informatics tools being used for clinical and translational research data management.

Symposium themes will focus on the application and impact of information technology, such as:

  • Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside (i2b2)
  • Electronic Health Record Facilitated Enterprise Performance Management
  • Multi-Modality, Multi-Resource Information Integration Environment for Multi-center Physiological and Clinical Research Studies (Physio-MIMI)
  • Grid and Cloud Platforms for Translational Informatics and Data Management

Students and CTSC/Cancer Center members can attend for a $30 discounted rate. Find more information at