June 19 Seminar: Systems and Software to Support Research at BUMC
Come to the MISU/BUMC Medical Informatics Seminar, “Systems and Software to Support Research at BUMC,” to learn about the current state of informatics support for research at BUMC and see where the institute is heading. The seminar will also cover how BUMC is navigating important HIPAA privacy issues that affect informatics research support.
BUMC currently provides a range of powerful software solutions to help researchers conduct clinical and basic scientific research, such as open-source software (RedCap and OpenClinica to collect, store, manage and analyze research data over time). BUMC also facilitates partnerships with private research management vendors (such as Qualtrics and FreezerPro), and has developed in-house informatics-based systems to support clinical and basic research.
Robert Sprinkle, the executive information technology director for BUMC’s Department of IT, will present the seminar. Sprinkle’s primary responsibilities have been support for research IT initiatives and plans to continue increasing support for research IT and biomedical informatics at BUMC.
Systems and Software to Support Research at BUMC
- Date: Wednesday, June 19
- Time: 4 – 5 p.m.
- Location: Crosstown Center
- 801 Mass. Ave., 2nd Floor, Conference Room 2127/2128
- Speaker: Robert Sprinkle, Executive IT Director, BUMC Dept. of IT