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The UNMC Biomedical Informatics  Core Facility  provides researchers with computational and informatics tools, software packages, computational clusters, servers, and workstations. The facility's hardware and software resources are available to the end-users 24/7.
AREA OF EXPERTISE:
  • development of databases and web applications;
  • data integration, mining and sharing;
  • cancerogenesis and cancer survival modeling.
THE STAFF OF THE FACILITY:
  • develops, maintains and supports disease-specific registries; 
  • maintains and supports biospecimen data management system (OpenSpecimen);
  • maintains computational infrastructure, specialized software and databases;
  • designs models and web tools for cancerogenesis analysis and cancer survival prediction;
  • consults users in utilizing biomedical informatics tools and methods;
  • educates investigators on the requirements, standards and approaches that enhance data collection, management, mining, and sharing.

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Cancer Registries

iCaRe2
Pancreatic (PCCR)
Breast (BCCR)
Thyroid (TCCR)
Lung (NeED-IT)
Normal Controls (GPHID)

Tools & Estimators

Management Systems

caTissue
Cancer Clinical Trials

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Eppley Cancer Institute
Cancer Center
NICLS
NCIP
Big Data to Knowledge

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Modys

BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS
Biomedical informatics is the interdisciplinary field that studies and pursues the effective uses of biomedical data, information, and knowledge for scientific inquiry, problem solving, and decision making, motivated by efforts to improve human health.
American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)