News and Stories

These are articles and news stories on the work Research IT has been doing over the years. Please visit us again to read the new articles we will be posting in the future.

  • STARR-OMOP launched

    Oct 13, 2019: Research IT is building a new generation cloud scale clinical data platform.

  • My Heart Counts data for citizen scientists

    Apr 20, 2019:MyHeart Counts is a smartphone-based cardiovascular health study wherein participants contributed data via an iPhone application built using Appleā€™s ResearchKit framework.

  • Research IT on Office of Research Bulletin

    Apr 2, 2019: While the new Research IT website is the best place to learn what the team does, this article highlights some of the new offerings from the group.

  • Research IT on Stanford Connected

    March 22, 2019: Our team made it to the front page of Stanford Connected! Here is what they have to say.

  • Nero Computing

    Nov 05, 2018: In collaboration with Stanford Research Computing Center, Research IT has launched Nero Computing platform, Stanford's first High Risk and PHI compliant research computing resource.

  • Radiology PACS data is now part of STARR

    Sep 3, 2018: Research IT has built a cloud scale radiology imaging repository that brings data from Hospital picture archiving and communication system (PACS) into a research archive.

  • Multi-center PCORI study launched

    July 30, 2018: Effective Management of Pain and Opoid-free Ways to Enhance Relief, EMPOWER, a large PCORI grant funded multi-site trial, under leadership of PI Beth Darnall, was launched in early July 2018.

  • Advances in AI in Medicine

    Jun 29, 2018: Late last year, MIT press review published on a Stanford developed deep learning model for palliative care.

  • Research IT at XLDB 2018

    April 30, 2018: Modern healthcare is undergoing a revolution caused by the advent of digital data capture and advanced analytics.

  • STAGES, a sleep analytics project

    April 20, 2018: Alliance Sleep Questionnaire (ASQ) Stanford Technology Analytics and Genomics in Sleep (STAGES) enrolled their first patient at Stanford Sleep Clinic in April 2018.