MOUSER is a database of mouse strains used by labs on the UAB campus. The database is not a complete listing as it only contains strains that researchers have voluntarily entered. The purpose of this database is to facilitate collaboration. Like a dating website, MOUSER only facilitates making contact. The first time you log in, you will first be asked to acknowledge the EULA (promise to follow UAB animal transfer protocols), and then enter your name and email. After that, you can start browsing, searching, or entering mice. Click here to login to MOUSER.
AKI Assistant (Drug-Gene-Retriever) is a PubMed search engine for detecting associations between publications, drugs, genes, and diseases.
Custom program wrappers can be developed to support integration of new analytic tools into the Next-Gen bioinformatics analysis platform, Galaxy.
Kaizen is a Facebook application supporting medical education.
The Cancer Registry Informatics Initiative involves development of a registry and quality alert system to expedite reporting to national disease registries and to enhance local reporting through improved monitoring and collection of reliable data.
Natural Language Processing (NLP) involves collaborative development for the processing of unstructured, text-based medical records.