National Center for Data to Health: Get involved

Workshop: Managing translational informatics projects, Sept. 21

Translational informatics projects are increasingly cross-institutional and even international; managing them comes with lots of shared pain points. This one-day workshop provides hands-on training...

David A. Dorr M.D., M.S.

David A. Dorr appointed chief research information officer

Advances in basic science, population health and individual health care rely on increasingly large data sets. That is particularly true in the areas of cancer, undiagnosed diseases and infectious...

Practices in EvidenceNOW

OHSU researchers help drive innovations in health care

The U.S. health care system is experimenting with a range of innovative approaches to care delivery intended to address persistent quality and cost challenges. To change fundamental models of care...

Michael Chiang recognized for contributions to medical informatics

Michael Chiang, M.D., will be inducted into the American College of Medical Informatics on November 5 during the 2017 American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium. ACMI is an...

Announcing Data Science forums for OHSU researchers

Do you have an opinion about the future of data science or research informatics at OHSU? If so, this is your chance to provide input for OHSU's new data science initiative. OHSU will be investing in...

Monthly Data Jamborees begin Aug. 22

All OHSU researchers interested in informatics, big data, genomic sequencing and other areas of data analysis are invited to join an open working group of individuals across the university who...

HIP Buffet: Using Epic for Research, March 18

Wondering how Epic (the system OHSU uses for electronic medical records) might be used to answer your research questions? Come learn what Epic has to offer to researchers and how to access it. This...

OHSU leads efforts to increase safety of health information technology

Health information technology, including electronic health records, provides great value to patients and clinicians, but if not used appropriately, these tools can lead to medical errors and...