Related Institutes and Centers
Housed in the University of Rochester Medical Center, CVRI is dedicated to understanding how the heart and blood vessels become susceptible to disease. Using state-of-the-art technologies, new treatments and diagnostic tests are being developed and analyzed for potential use in clinical cardiovascular medicine.
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Biomedical Informatics Team at the University of Rochester Medical Center specializes in capturing and measuring data, as well as creating technical, scientific, and analytic data interfaces.
CIRC at the University of Rochester provides researchers across the University with the hardware, software, training, and support necessary to use computational and data analytics technology in research activities in all areas of academic scholarship.
The University of Rochester’s CEIS promotes economic development in New York state by bringing together companies and university researchers who have areas of common interest and encouraging collaboration through funding and outreach.
The University of Rochester’s CEE uses expertise in science, engineering, and medicine to find alternative energy solutions.
The University of Rochester’s CTSI is one of 60 institutions nationwide with funding from the National Institutes of Health to lead the emerging field of clinical and translational research.
The University of Rochester Medical Center’s HSCCI facilitates access to high-performance computational resources for biomedical research.
Heart Research Follow-up Program (HRFUP)
HRFUP at the University of Rochester Medical Center leads investigations into the mechanisms of disease, improvements in clinical diagnosis and risk stratification, and developments and testing of new therapies to substantiate their safety and efficacy.
NYICE at the University of Rochester Medical Center is a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional center that emphasizes basic and clinical research on human influenza surveillance, pathogenesis, and host responses to infection and vaccination.
RPRC at the University of Rochester Medical Center was created to develop new insight, tools, and strategies in order to decrease the significant global health burden caused by viruses and bacteria that take aim at the respiratory system.
RCHI uses health care data and cutting-edge data science to iteratively improve the health of our community.