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Date:8/17/2011

additional approval for each individual study that does not require access to patient identifiers such as names, addresses, and medical record numbers.

Currently, nearly 20 sites, including several other CTSAs and NIH-funded programs, have adopted TRIAD. The critical pieces to the success of TRIAD are its open-source and collaborative design, development, technical documentation, best practices and software components. Members of the TRIAD community - including the CTSA Service Oriented Architecture Affinity Group - actively participate in the adoption, adaptation, and development of the TRIAD platform.

Accelerating research around the corner, around the world

TRIAD is not only simplifying research for multi-disciplinary teams working across campus from each other but also for researchers who are working in different parts of the country, and on the other side of the globe. It has been particularly effective for scientists studying orphan diseases, allowing them to aggregate and analyze rare biomedical and clinical data in ways not possible before. Institutions are using TRIAD in a variety of groundbreaking projects:

  • National Cancer Institute
    • caBIG Getting Connected. A partnership between the Ohio State CCTS, Ohio State's Comprehensive Cancer Center and the NCI seeks to support integrative cohort discovery spanning multiple sources of clinical phenotype and bio-specimen data
    • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Research Consortium. A virtual database of medical information from 6,000 patients from around the world is helping scientists better understand and treat CLL.
  • Hairy Cell Leukemia Research Foundation. Originally discovered by Ohio State researchers in 1958, Hairy Cell Leukemia (HCL) is diagnosed only about 2,000 times a year around the world. The HCL Research Foundation is using TRIAD to create a virtual data warehouse spanning institutions throughout the globe, helping get scientists closer to a
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Contact: David Crawford
crawford.1@osu.edu
614-293-3737
Ohio State University Medical Center
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