The BIRD Center engages in biomedical informatics research, education, and service to develop informatics theories and methods,
to discover and disseminate biomedical knowledge, and to improve individuals' and population's health.
Our work is focusing on modeling
biomedical data and knowledge, managing them in context of workflow and team collaboration, developing online resources, and delivering
behavioral interventions to improve processes and outcomes of biomedical research, clinical education, and patient care.
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