The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Center for Biomedical Informatics and the Inglis Foundation, also based in Philadelphia, are partnering with Boston public broadcaster WGBH’s Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) on a joint project to explore how adaptive technology can make personal health records accessible to people with disabilities. NCAM is the project leader and principal recipient of the three-year, $600,000 grant, awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. Read the story here.
- Check out the press release on Harvest data discovery toolkit for biomedical researchers. Read the release bit.ly/1hWWFb9 4 months ago
- Webinar 11/1 -How CHOP Created a Last Mile Solution for Clinical Research Data Register here bit.ly/17KHUSU 4 months ago
- Explore your data, not your database. Harvest - new tool for managing clinical research data Read paper in JAMIA. bit.ly/1hWWFb9 4 months ago
- Byron Ruth & Mike Italia present the Harvest Framework for biomedical data for at #OSCON today. Read about it bit.ly/137t2QX 7 months ago
- CBMi's Jeff Miller presented An #OpenSource System for using #DICOM Images for Research at #SciPy 2013. bit.ly/18L3xs4 8 months ago