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Welcome Video for the Center for Rehabilitation Research using Large Datasets at UTMB featuring Director Dr. Ken Ottenbacher Rehabilitation Dataset Directory Rehabilitation Research Cross-Dataset Variable Catalog: Click to enlarge: Map of National and Internal Partnerships with the Center for Rehabilitation Research using Large Datasets Services offered by our Center for Rehabilitation Research using Large Datasets
 

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NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K): The mission of the NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative is to enable biomedical scientists to capitalize more fully on the Big Data being generated by those research communities. Read more at the BD2K website.

NIH Data and Informatics Working Group Report: In response to growth of large biomedical datasets, the NIH formed the Working Group on Data and Informatics, charged with examining issues related to data. View the report at the NIH website.

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Creating Value in Health Care through Big Data

Joachim Roski, PhD, MPH

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January 7, 2015: Presentation by Craig V. Thornton, PhD, Senior Vice President, Managing Director of Health Research, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

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The Center for Rehabilitation Research using Large Datasets includes a consortium of investigators at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Cornell University, the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation. The program is funded by the National Institutes of Health - National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research in the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (grant # R24-HD065702).