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The ACT Network is a real-time platform allowing researchers to explore and validate feasibility for clinical studies across the CTSA Program consortium, from their desktops.
Monthly seminar series featuring leaders in Precision Medicine field from across the nation. Open to the Columbia community.
Platform for clinical, translational, and basic science investigators and trainees to share their cutting-edge research discoveries in Precision Medicine field with a broader Columbia audience.
The Biomarkers Laboratory provides over 240 validated assays.
The Biomarkers core offers biospecimen processing and biobanking support for the investigators at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Short-term statistical consultations of 1-2 meetings with limited follow-up are available to CUIMC faculty and officers to assist with study design, manuscript and grant preparation.
Monthly lectures that offer insight into fundamental research design and statistical concepts with focus on practical applications.
The BRIDGE biobank is currently collaborating with the Cardiometabolic Precision Medicine Program biobank to pilot what will become an institutional biobank.
A CDW navigator can help researchers in understanding what clinical data are available for research and how to construct cohorts, get appropriate counts and other statistics, and get data.
Researchers may ask how clinical data are acquired for research, or how a research system is established, and any system or computing related questions around clinical data.