Biomedical Informatics Core

Using the Power of Data to Improve Health

The Biomedical Informatics Core (BMI) facilitates data-intensive, multidisciplinary team science to improve the health of patients and populations. 

Biomedical Informatics Team Photo May 2018

Measuring Our Impact


REDCap Users Supported


i2b2 Accounts Supported


BMI Data Consultations Provided

Biomedical Informatics News

  • Graphic of US map overlaid with informatics graphics.
    • Jul 6 2020

    Through the National COVID Cohort Collaborative, clinical institutions affiliated with the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program are partnering with National Center for Advancing Translational Science and the National Center for Data to Health to study COVID-19 and identify potential treatments and analytics tools.

  • Illustration of a COVID-19 particle
    • Jun 9 2020

    The program is a collaboration of the UK CURE Alliance and Center for Clinical and Translational Science, who together moved the funding mechanism from concept to first award in 20 days.

  • Avasarala and Higgins Headshots
    • May 23 2020

    Dr. Jagannadha ‘Jay’ Avasarala, neurologist with the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute (KNI), recently published a study with others from the University of Kentucky’s Department of Neurology based on the fact that symptoms of MS can overlap with another disease known as neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMOSD).