Learn how URIDE data can benefit your research
The Miami CTSI will be offering several 30-minute sessions to demonstrate a powerful research tool called URIDE, the University Research Informatics Data Environment. URIDE is a secure, web-based program that’s lets users explore in real time de-identified patient data from UM’s multiple clinical and research systems. This large-scale data research tool can be used for:
- study design
- feasibility analysis
- grant submission
- or other applications in which population assessments need to be conducted
The Miami CTSI invites investigators and their study teams to join us for one of the following sessions.
October 6: 11-11:30 am OR 1-1:30 pm
Each session will be held at CRB, suite 710. Space is limited to 10 participants per session. Please RSVP to Raquel Perez with the session that you would like to attend.
URIDE was developed by UM’s Center for Computational Science and supported by Grant Number 1UL1TR000460, Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute, from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities.