The Translational Informatics program at UCSF develops and supports informatics applications and shared informatics resources. Many UCSF programs and cores have projects requiring sophisticated informatics solutions, including tissue and specimen tracking, related clinical and patient follow-up information, clinical trials data management, and biomedical informatics based metadata management.
The specific aims of the Translational Informatics program are to develop, deploy, and maintain data systems and applications to directly support all clinical, biomedical and translational research goals. TI maintains and develops data management systems that span a range of users, from individual investigators, to individual programs within the Cancer Center, and to the University as a whole. TI works with researchers, other Cores, and the entire University to fulfill its goals with the ability to provide customizable informatics solutions for all data needs, and pays special attention to providing first rate data consultation services.
Translational Informatics Shared Resource
UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
2340 Sutter Street N-314, San Francisco, CA 94115
Box 0875, San Francisco, CA 94143-0875
A full listing of rates is available here.
A searchable database of core facilities at all UCSF campus locations, provided by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at UCSF, is available here.