NCATS launched the Biomedical Data Translator (Translator) program to accelerate biomedical translation for the research community. Through this program, NCATS will integrate existing biomedical data to help reveal new relationships within those data and also identify novel opportunities for research. Read the latest news about this program below.
Translator: Unique Collaborative Approach to Advancing Biomedical Data Sharing
Through the Biomedical Data Translator program, NCATS is leading a unique collaboration between academic and private-sector partners to create a data-mining computational resource that will use many types of biomedical information. When completed, broad access to this resource will help facilitate translational innovation in disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
NCATS Funding Opportunity Aimed at Building Computational “Brain” Prototype to Mine Disparate Data
NCATS announced that it is seeking applications to develop reasoning tool prototypes for its Biomedical Data Translator program. Through a unique funding mechanism, candidates must complete a series of computational tasks in the first part of a three-step application process to access the complete funding opportunity announcement.
NCATS Furthers Efforts to Create a Data Ecosystem to Explore Disease Connections
Biomedical Data Translator scientists are working to create a computational tool to improve connections among biomedical data types and provide insights into disease biology and treatments.
NCATS Funds Feasibility Assessment to Develop Biomedical Data Translator
On Oct. 11, 2016, NCATS announced funding for feasibility assessments to develop its Biomedical Data Translator.