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Informatics Core

The Informatics Core focuses on the data platforms essential to our clinical and translational research (CTR) mission; the process to guide our CTR workforce and trainees in successful application of these tools; the development of new methods and tools; and the education of the CTR workforce—including both advanced trainees and future informaticians—as well as those in the CTR workforce who must apply these tools.

Core Contact

Manisha Desai, PhD
Faculty Co-Lead

Tina Herandez-Boussard, MS, PhD
Faculty Co-Lead

Data Science Resources (SDSR)

The SDSR web portal can help you access the tools, datasets, data platforms, and methodologies for conducting innovative clinical and translational research.

Program Contact

Nigam Shah, MBBS, PhD
Faculty Lead

Research Informatics (RIC)

RIC offers a consultation service to Stanford researchers on topics related to clinical data access for research purposes. Consultants review the clinical data needs of your research project, provide advice on requesting IRB and Privacy Office approval to obtain clinical data from the Clinical Data Warehouse, and discuss options for clinical data abstraction, reporting, and storage to meet your research needs.

Program Contact

Daniel Rubin, MD, MS