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, CVRI develops and analyzes new treatments and diagnostic tests for use in clinical cardiovascular medicine.
At the University of Rochester Medical Center, the Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Biomedical Informatics Team specializes in capturing and measuring data, and creating technical, scientific, and analytical data interfaces.
CIRC provides researchers across the University of Rochester with the hardware, software, training, and support necessary to utilize computational and data analytics technology for research activities.
CEIS promotes economic development in New York state by bringing companies and University of Rochester researchers, with common interests, together. CEIS encourages collaboration through funding and outreach.
The University of Rochester’s CEE uses expertise in science, engineering, and medicine to find alternative energy solutions.
CTSI is one of 60 National Institutes of Health-funded institutions nationwide focused on 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, and researches improvements in clinical diagnosis and risk stratification, testing and developing new therapies to substantiate their safety and efficacy.
NYICE is a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional center that researches human influenza surveillance, influenza pathogenesis, and host responses to influenza infection and vaccination.
RPRC was created at the University of Rochester Medical Center to develop strategies and tools for decreasing the global health burden caused by respiratory viruses and bacteria.
RCHI uses health care data and cutting-edge data science to iteratively improve the health of our community.
The UR Health Lab is a multidisciplinary collaboration between the University of Rochester Medical Center, UR Medical Faculty Group, and the UR River Campus that leverages cloud-based computing and analytics, multifunction sensors, 3D imaging and modeling, and virtual and augmented reality technologies to solve modern day challenges in medicine.