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Category:Resource:Biomedical Informatics Research Network
Abbrev BIRN  +
Address Information Sciences Institute  +, University of Southern California  +, Marina del Rey  +, California  +, USA  +
Availability The community can contribute to this resource +, Acknowledgement requested +
Comment Start date: 2001 <br /> Type: governmental/disciplinary <br />
CurationStatus curated  +
DefiningCitation http://www.birncommunity.org/  +
Definition A national initiative to advance biomedica A national initiative to advance biomedical research through data sharing and online collaboration that provides data-sharing infrastructure, software tools, strategies and advisory services. BIRN provides a user-driven, software-based framework for research teams to share significant quantities of data – rapidly, securely and privately – across geographic distance and/or incompatible computing systems. Groups may choose whether to share data internally or with external audiences. In either scenario, hardware and data remain under the control of individual user groups. They also offer data-sharing software tools specific to biomedical research, best practices references, expert advice and other resources. BIRN actively is developing new data-sharing tools, authorization capabilities, and knowledge engineering tools to help researchers make sense of new information in unique ways. The main BIRN site is at the Information Sciences Institute at USC with collaborators at the University of Chicago, the Massachusetts General Hospital, University of California, Irvine and University of California, Los Angeles. and University of California, Los Angeles.
ExampleImage BIRN.PNG +
Grant Category:1U24-RR025736   +, Category:U24-RR021992   +, Category:U24-RR021760   +, Category:1U24-RR026057-01   +, Category:U24 GM104203   +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Resource  +
Has role Data repository +, Atlas +, Database +, Software resource +
Id nif-0000-00027  +
Is part of University of Southern California; California; USA +
Keywords Diffusion tensor imaging +, Functional MRI assay +, Alzheimers disease +, Cognitive impairment +, Collaborative environment +, Cyberinfrastructure +, Data sharing +, Depressive Disorder +, Information technology +, Infrastructure +, Memory dysfunction +, Microarray +, Magnetic resonance imaging +, Neurodegenerative disease +, Neuroinformatics +, Neuroimaging +, Genetics +, Biomedical material +, Neurobiology +, Electrophysiology +, Collaboration +, Biomedical +, Imaging +, Imaging system +, Biomedical engineering +, Brain +, Health +
Label Resource:Biomedical Informatics Research Network  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 11 June 2014 01:26:28  +
ModifiedDate 11 June 2014  +
PMID 21515543, 18348946, 17238407  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Resource  +
RelatedTo Resource:Biositemaps +, Resource:NITRC +, Resource:DataCite +, Resource:re3data.org +
Species Mouse +, Human +
SuperCategory Resource  +
Supporting Agency National Center for Research Resources +, Resource:NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research +, National Institute of General Medical Sciences +
Synonym BIRN - The Conduit for Biomedical Research  +, Biomedical Informatics Research Network - The Conduit for Biomedical Research  +
Categories Resource
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Resource:B0 and eddy current correction for DTI +, Resource:BrainSuite +, Resource:Function BIRN +, Resource:Human Imaging Database +, Resource:Knowledge Engineering from Experimental Design +, Resource:Morphometry BIRN +, Resource:Mouse Biomedical Informatics Research Network +, Resource:NIH Topic Maps - A Topic Database of NIH Funded Grants +, Resource:Open Access Series of Imaging Studies + Is part of
Resource:3D MRI Atlas of Mouse Development +, Resource:Bioscholar +, Resource:MRI Studio +, Resource:lapdftext + Supporting Agency
 

 

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