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IT Centre for Clinical Research

IT Centre for Clinical Research at the Universität zu Lübeck (ITCR-L) supports medical research in a clinical context. An IT infrastructure is provided for research, in compliance with data privacy and security guidelines.

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ITCR-L

The IT system for clinical research is a central facility of the Universität zu Lübeck

Service

Support for applied medical research in a clinical context:

Service

Support of applied medical research in the clinical context: 
     

Research

Development of IT center for clinical research:

Contact

We would be pleased to help you:

 

Phone:
0451-500-52701
Email:
ITCR-L(at)uksh(dot)de

 

Team

About us:

 



Research

Development of the IT infrastructure for clinical research:

[Translate to english:] 02.-04.09.2018

[Translate to english:] 63. GMDS-Jahrestagung

[Translate to english:] Workshop auf der GMDS Jahrestagung in Osnabrück 

www.mappathon.de

[Translate to english:] 24.-26.04.2018

[Translate to english:] Forschung lohnt sich !

[Translate to english:] Das ITCR-L hat an der Medical Informatics Europe (MIE) 2018 in Göteburg teilgenommen.          

[Translate to english:] Do, 19.04.2018

[Translate to english:] ConhIT 2018 in Berlin

[Translate to english:] Di, 17.04.2018

[Translate to english:] ConhIT 2018 in Berlin

[Translate to english:] Noemi Deppenwiese gewinnt den Friedrich-Wingert-Preis für die Entwicklung einer Toolbox zum Identifizieren korrespondierender Metadaten-Elemente aus dem medizinischen Kontext

02.-04.09.2018

GMDS-Convention 2018

Workshop at the GMDS–Convention in Osnabrück 

www.mappathon.de

24.-26.04.2018

Research pays off

The ITCR-L took part in the Medical Informatics Europe (MIE) 2018 in Gothenburg

Thu, 19.04.2018

ConhIT 2018 in Berlin

Tue, 17.04.2018

ConhIT 2018 in Berlin

Noemi Deppenwiese wins the Friedrich-Wingert-Prize for the development of a toolbox for identifying corresponding metadata elements from the medical context

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