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Research Computing Services

Research Computing Services (RCS) is an initiative that seeks to bring together technical experts, informaticians, computational resources and related services in support of basic and clinical sciences research.  Resources detailed in this website span campuses, schools and departments.  Information and contact details are provided in each detail section. 
 
General questions and comments can be sent to the Informatics and Clinical Research team. 

CHOIR Seminar: Application of Digital Pathology in Clinical Practice, Education and Research

On May 25th from 12 PM – 1 PM the Center for Health Outcomes and Informatics Research (CHOIR) is hosting the next event in their Health Informatics Seminar Series. Daruisz Borys, MD, FCAP is presenting on Application of Digital Pathology in Clinical Practice, Education and Research.

Event information:

Eduroam

Are you a researcher traveling to other universities and looking for an internet connection? Make sure to check out Eduroam, a secure federated network service that allows Loyola students, faculty, and staff to use their LUC credentials to access WiFi hotspots at other Eduroam-affiliated institutions. Eduroam is available at more than 5,500 locations worldwide. For more information visit the Eduroam page.

Update: National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) Data Ready for Use

Since last fall Loyola has been a participant in the National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C). The N3C is a national resource that enables large cohort Covid-19 clinical research. A Data Use Agreement (DUA) has recently been completed which allows Loyola researchers to request access to N3C data. More information on N3C and how to request data can be found on the NCATS-N3C page.

External REDCap Site Goes Live

The external Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) site is now available for research use.  This allows researchers and participants to access REDCap functions such as data entry, surveys, and electronic consenting from off-campus networks.  This also facilitates multicenter studies by allowing Loyola to be the host data site.  More information can be found on the REDCap page.  To request access to the external REDCap site, please submit the External REDCap Access Request form.

Last Modified:   Mon, May 2, 2022 1:22 PM CDT