The Los Angeles Data Resource (LADR) is a joint project of major Los Angeles health care provider organizations aimed at enabling clinical investigators to explore the size of potential research study cohort across each participating institution. By integrating medical records and clinical research data, investigators in the greater Los Angeles area are able to find sets of aggregated patient information through a web-based application all while preserving patient privacy.
Benefits for users
Through LADR, investigators can obtain aggregate patient counts to:
- determine study feasibility at participating sites
- complete NIH targeted tables
Who is participating?
- Charles Drew University
- Children's Hospital Los Angeles
- Cedars-Sinai Health System
- City of Hope
- SC CTSI
How to get access
Click here to view the FAQs for information about obtaining IRB approval for data requests, i2b2, and other informatics questions BEFORE sending an email for help.
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SC CTSI support team