Study Design and Data & Analysis

TraCS IDSci supports investigator studies with innovative technology and advanced analytics. Our services include CDW-H, i2b2, EMERSE, PCORnet and STAR CRN, Epic Research Informatics, REDCap, CDART 2.0 / Dental Toolkit,...
We collaborate with and provide consultations for investigators in biomedical research. We work with investigators to efficiently identify unmet statistical design and methodological needs, and develop new design and analysis...
TraCS offers a range of support services to investigators who use or are considering heterogeneous methodological approaches in their research. TraCS supports investigators facing the challenge of integrating contrasting...
We facilitate research to improve clinical treatment decisions and public health for diverse populations. We educate clinician-scientists in a range of CER methods. Comparative effectiveness research (CER) is designed to improve...
Research Electronic Data Capture, or REDCap, is a secure web application that can be used to build and manage case report forms, surveys and other data capture mechanisms for clinical research. One of REDCap's best features...
The NC TraCS Qualitative Research Service (QRS), provided by CaSE and the Inclusive Science Program, offers a variety of services to support faculty, staff, students, and community partners conducting qualitative research projects. Qualitative...
The Librarians at the UNC Health Sciences Library can be partners in your research process by providing information and data management support, guidance, and referrals. They can also provide in-person consultations about...
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