The Core will provide statistical services that include consultation for grant preparation, data management, data analysis, electronic data capture, and the management and coordination of multi-center clinical trials to Clinical and Laboratory Investigators.
The goal of the core is to serve the computing needs of the epidemiology community of the Channing Laboratory and beyond. In that vein, the Core provides fast access to our server for data management and analysis and storage for large data sets especially for whole genome genetic studies.
The core provides breeding and husbandry of gnotobiotic mice and assists investigators with analyses regarding effects of metabolic, immunologic and other physiologic effects following host colonization commensal and/or pathogenic microbes. The core also provides consults on microbiome and bioinformatics.
The core provides information management and analysis needs of the MGH/Partners/Harvard research community as well as non-profit organizations and industry.
The Core will provide investigators with consultation and analytic services, and will design, build, and test functionality of approved projects to fully leverage the Epic eCare system for research purposes.
The Integrated Analytics core has been established by the division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics to allocate computer programmer effort and closely related costs to federal and non-federal projects. The division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics specializes in analyzing massive data sets related to prescription data use.