Translational Informatics

Translational informatics applies information science to help turn research data into knowledge: it incorporates academic disciplines including artificial intelligence, cognitive science, computer science, information science and social science. The general goal of informatics is to develop systems that assist users by making it easy to store, retrieve and use data, information and knowledge.

Our Mission

  • Help translational researchers use informatics tools to find the data they need
  • Store and analyze the data they create
  • Share their discoveries
  • Provide the infrastructure as a learning community for bioinformaticists and health informaticists to learn, collaborate and develop new innovations in translational informatics

redcapA free, auditable, HIPAA-compliant tool for the creation of study databases and surveys. To create a new project or for more information, contact the REDCap team.

Translational Informatics

Tell Bennett, MD, MS
Director, Translational Informatics, CCTSI
Associate Professor and Section Head, Informatics and Data Science, Department of Pediatrics
Attending Physician, Pediatric ICU, Children’s Hospital Colorado
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Thomas Yaeger
Director of Research Informatics Consultation and Technology Services, CCTSI