Connect with the research community via UMN Profiles

September 9, 2011

Practice, Research tools

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Biomedical Informatics team recently launched UMN Profiles, a web-based tool to help create meaningful connections among the research community in Minnesota and around the world.

A researcher can search UMN Profiles using keywords, such as “diabetes” or “cancer,” and receive a list of potential University of Minnesota colleagues working in that area. UMN Profiles displays a visual network map for each expert. This new tool is also part of a national network that currently includes 30 research institutions.

 

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