CTSI's Biomedical Informatics (BMI) function is aligned as part of the University-wide Office of Biomedical Health Informatics (BMHI).
BMHI is an overarching infrastructure that supports biomedical informatics at the University of Minnesota. BMHI coordinates the availability of services, synchronizes knowledge across groups, and provides education to grow biomedical informatics capabilities (2010, CTSA).
BMHI provides the expertise, tools, and resources necessary to conduct clinical translational science research at the University.
Read about BMHI and CTSI BMI, including leadership, organization, and work in progress
BMI tools and services
Clinical Translational Research (CTR) Portal
Personalized access to research project information and CTSI business management system.
Biomedical informatics and data access
Your single point of contact for informatics expertise and resources through the Best Practices Integrated Informatics Consulting Core.
Research networking and expertise database.
Cohort Discovery: Are you looking for 100 or 2,000 patients for your study? Use i2b2 to see if there are enough patients that meet your study requirements.
OnCore (Clinical Trial Management System)
Use OnCore® to better manage your study.
Web-based research data collection and management.