The Institute’s state-of-the art research technology and computing resources support the social science, clinical and translational research and instructional needs of investigators. The computing office offers two distinct types of services: research computing and data analytical support for ongoing research projects and instructional activities and information technology support for faculty, research staff, administrative staff, trainees and students.
The Information and Technology Core’s multi-platform design provides a variety of options for secure data management and analysis of sensitive data, to accommodate Data Use Agreement (DUA) and Internal Review Board (IRB) specifications as well as HIPAA requirements.
The Institute has dedicated staff who manage and optimize these resources.
Jonathan Thompson, B.S. Biomedical Engineering
Sam Mirmajlesi, B.S.Electronic Engineering, MCSE, MCP+I
Dinesh Mendhe, MS in Computer Science
The IFHSDC at Rutgers University operates as a National Institutes for Health (NIH) compliant core facility, and as such serves as a centralized shared survey, data, and research resource facility for its users. The core enables access to a variety of data sets and resources. The IFHSDC provides analytical, survey, and general support services to investigators through experienced and specialized research personnel with the expertise to design and conduct scientifically rigorous and efficient survey and data analyses. The Core houses a best practice, HIPAA-compliant IT infrastructure that allows for data analytic research of any size, complexity, and sensitivity. The IFHSDC is managed by small team that facilitates research activities and operations of the Core, and ensures compliance with all institutional, state, and federal policies and regulations.
To learn more, visit the Rutgers, Institute for Health Survey/Data Core website.