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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

LocationLocationNameDescriptionLinkCTSI Core/ServiceFree Core Access
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University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeuwmAVI HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING CLUSTER More InfoThe UWM High Performance Computing (HPC) Service provides powerful computational resources to UWM researchers and their student assistants from the College of Engineering and Applied Science, College of Letters and Science, School of Freshwater Sciences, and the College of Health Sciences. Each of the participating disciplines has its own cyberinfrastructure facilitator who aids researchers in getting started and making effective use of the service. Facilitators can also direct researchers to other resources that may be more applicable to their research.

LOCATION

University Information Technology Systems

TECHNOLOGY & RESOURCES

High performance computing cluster consisting of 142 Nehalem 5550 nodes (1,136 hyperthreaded cores)
24 gigabytes of memory per node and a high-throughput
Low-latency Infiniband network
SERVICES

Services include parallel and batch serial computing cycles with a variety of pre-installed software packages and the ability to add other applications and research developed codes.
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University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeuwmBIOMEDICAL AND HEALTH TERMINOLOGY, ONTOLOGY, AND METADATA CORE More InfoCollection of terminology, ontology, and metadata resources;
Access to Unified Medical Language System Metathesaurus;
Access to Dictionary of American Regional English (D.A.R.E.);
Library of online learning modules;
SERVICES

Searching and browsing of terminology, ontology, and metadata resources
Consultation on the standards based design and construction of new
terminologies, ontologies, and metadata schema
Consultation on standards based design and construction of data dictionaries
LOCATION

Department of Health Informatics and Administration
College of Health Sciences
Northwest Quadrant B, Room 6536
2025 E. Newport Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53211-2906
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University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeuwmCENTER FOR BIOMEDICAL DATA AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING More InfoThe mission of the Center for Biomedical Data and Language Processing (BioDLP) in the College of Health Sciences is to foster collaborative research towards the automatic processing of biomedical data. Research in the center aims to systematically integrate biomedical language processing, biomedical image processing, ontology/metadata development, and bioinformatics on omic data to facilitate information needs in the biomedical, clinical and biological community. Owing to the inherently collaborative nature of the research, the center strives to facilitate strong collaborations that include computer scientists, informaticians, linguists, and biomedical domain experts, like bio-curators and practicing clinicians.NoNo
University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeuwmPEDIATRIC NEUROMOTOR LABORATORY More InfoThe Pediatric Neuromotor Laboratory is engaged in translational research, blending developmental inquiry with clinical application. Our emphasis is on skill acquisition and early motor control in infants and toddlers. Populations studied include: Spina Bifida, Down syndrome, and typical development. Undergraduate and graduate students contribute to the laboratory team.

LOCATION

College of Health Sciences
Pavilion, PT Suite

TECHNOLOGY & RESOURCES

6 camera motion analysis
16-channel sEMG
Infant treadmills
Pediatric motor test kits
MatLab/LabView software
Statistical packages
Toddler trikes (adapted and general)
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University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeuwmREHABILITATION RESEARCH DESIGN AND DISABILITY (R2D2) CENTER More InfoThe R2D2 Center performs interdisciplinary basic research investigations, applied research and development, and innovative instruction related to technology and disability.

LOCATION

College of Health Sciences
Enderis Hall, Suite 135

TECHNOLOGY & RESOURCES

TUSK Kits, ADA-CAT
Eiki LC-XIP2000 Projector
Da-Lite 40449 Fast Folding Portable Rear Projection Screen
Access to various assistive technology tools
SERVICES

Building and space accessibility audits
Universal design consulting
Graphic design
Digital arts
Taxonomy development
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PARTNERS

VersitiChildren's Hospital of WisconsinVA Medical CenterMarquette UniversityMSOEUWM