The University Research Informatics Data Environment, also known as “URIDE“, is a large scale data services atmosphere where de-identified data from multiple clinical and research sciences systems can be explored preparatory to research, prospective and retrospective analysis. The goal of URIDE is to provide a single, secure, exploratory environment for all clinically and scientifically derived data for research at the University. It does not contain data from Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Please join us for an in depth discussion on the URIDE program on THURSDAY, July 21, 2016 @ 4:00 PM at:
Jose Berrocal Auditorium
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
900 NW 17th Street, 2nd floor
Miami, FL 33136
Meet-and-greet before at 3:45 PM | Program begins at 4:00 PM sharp
Off-site Webinar Link: https://webmeeting.med.miami.edu/McKnightVRS
URIDE is a tool created and maintained by the Institute for Data Science and Computing with funding from NIH through the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI).