Precision Health expands campuswide data resources
Precision Health at the University of Michigan has recently improved and expanded its offerings for campus researchers in genetics, pharmacogenomics, operations, AI, and a host of other precision health–related fields.
With this enhanced Analytics Platform, Precision Health has defined a clear pathway for researchers across campus to access de-identified clinical data: a milestone in its goal of accelerating research and collaboration in a secure environment.
The Analytics Platform makes it easier for faculty across departments to collaborate on data-driven analyses for patient risk stratification, disease prevention, treatment, and more.
A new Sharepoint documentation site (umich password required to access) guides researchers through the features, resources and tools available to them.
Increased data privacy and security measures are required to support this increased access. All users — new and current — of Precision Health DataDirect are required to complete robust human subjects research training and appropriate data use agreements. To get started, please refer to the Analytics Platform User Guide (umich password required) on the documentation site.
Following is a table listing new data and compute resources available through the Precision Health Analytics Platform and how to get more information about them.