Aiming to accelerate research by enabling secure access to patient data through investigator-friendly, self-serve tools, and custom data extracts.
For your next study, use DataDirect or EMERSE, which are available free of charge for faculty researchers and their study team members to access both discrete variables and free-text string data from the electronic medical record (EMR).
If your data needs are too complex for our self-serve tools, our experienced programmers can pull a custom data set for you – to be delivered once, or on a scheduled, ongoing basis.
Do you need help with a custom data pull or need guidance on security guidelines for your data? Schedule a 1:1 consultation to look at all your clinical data needs, where a data specialist offers a deeper dive into the patient health data resources available.
Learn more about privacy-sharing policies and related resources. Do you need samples for your research? The Central Biorepository can help.
The Data Office for Clinical & Translational Research, a unit of the Medical School Office of Research, fosters the translation of data into research that improves clinical outcomes by bridging the gap between personal health data and clinical research.