Biomedical informatics at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) provides support for the conduct, administration, analysis, and dissemination of clinical and translational research from bench to clinic to populations.
High quality translational research requires expertise in the design, analysis, and conduct of observational studies, randomized controlled trials, quasi-experimental designs, and complex laboratory studies. A key element of the BERD component is the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences, which fosters collaboration among existing clinical and basic science entities with the goal of shortening the time between laboratory breakthroughs and clinical applications.
The mission of the ATC is to apply the knowledge flowing from the latest biomedical discoveries to develop new ways to treat disease and then drive those therapies into clinical trials.
MassBiologics' mission is to discover and develop products that will significantly improve public health. This includes products for smaller patient populations due to limited incidence of disease (orphan products), uncertain markets as new challenges to public health arise, or products for developing nations with limited resources and unique needs.
The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) is a lifeline for the state’s smaller medical device companies, offering inventors and executives easy, affordable, and coordinated access to world-class researchers and resources at the Lowell and Worcester campuses of the University of Massachusetts.
Volunteer Services is a partnership between community members, the patients being cared for by the health professionals of UMass Memorial, and the research community at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. People can learn more about research, donate blood samples to our Biorepository, enroll in our Clinical Research Volunteer Database, and participate in clinical research studies.
Clinical Trials Unit is dedicated to efficient, reliable and high-quality study support for UMass clinical investigators.
As the health care consulting division of UMass Medical School, Commonwealth Medicine uses academic research to make evidence-based recommendations. With our help, government agencies, nonprofits, and managed care organizations are able to meet today’s health care challenges — and are prepared for what’s to come.
The Meyers Primary Care Institute is committed to research across the lifespan, from childhood to advanced age. We conduct population-based research to inform policy and practice, promoting evidence-based care for the benefit of our community, and beyond.
The UMMS Office of Global Health (OGH) was founded in 2009 to enhance and expand UMMS research and training programs in global health improvement and disease prevention.
The availability of robust, affordable core services accelerates the pace of research across the entire translational spectrum.