About the NITRC Team
As of 2019, NITRC is led by University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, MA; and is built and operated in collaboration with TCG, Inc. of Washington, DC; Preuss Enterprises, Inc., FL; and The Paulson Venture, CA. NITRC-R and NITRC-IR are hosted by the Center for Research in Biological Systems at the University of California, San Diego.
Current team members include: David Kennedy and Christian Haselgrove, UMMS; Nina Preuss, PMP, Preuss Enterprises Inc.; Matthew Travers and Al Crowley, TCG, Inc.; and Abby Paulson, The Paulson Venture.
University of Massachusetts Medical School
The University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) was founded in 1962 with the mission to advance the health and well-being of the people of the Commonwealth and the world through pioneering education, research, and health care delivery with our clinical partners. The UMMS educational experience inspires our future physicians and physician scientists to excel in patient care, innovation, discovery, leadership and service. Our clinical partner is UMass Memorial Health Care, consisting of two acute care hospitals in the city of Worcester. Clinical education is also conducted at a number of affiliated community hospitals and health centers in the region.
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UCSD Center for Research in Biological Systems
The NITRC website and NITRC Image Repository are hosted by the Center for Research in Biological Systems (CRBS), an organized research unit at UCSD, which facilitates an interdisciplinary infrastructure in which people from biology, medicine, chemistry, and physics can work with those from computer science and information technologies in collaborative research. Leading the CRBS team hosting NITRC is Dr. Jeffrey Grethe. CRBS researchers have been at the forefront of neuroinformatics with involvement in NSF's National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure, one of the first projects to provide an advanced cyber-infrastructure for the scientific community, to playing a key role in the building of the Biomedical Informatics Research Network and the National Database for Autism Research, and to many high profile informatics projects such as the Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF), the NIDDK Information Network (dkNET), and the Research Resource Identification Initiative. CRBS consists of a unique and well-established partnership between computer scientists, biomedical scientists, and engineers whose application of information technologies is accelerating the pace of discovery in health research.