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Researchers at BioGrid Australia member and/or collaborator institutions may submit new or amended applications requesting access to data connected to BioGrid using our online application system.
Authorised researchers can explore and visualise data on specified connected data utilising a web interface.
Authorised researchers can utilise this comprehensive data and statistical analysis application to analyse, explore and visualise connected datasets for approved audit and research projects.
Designed in partnership with endocrinologists, the BioGrid Pituitary Tumour Database is a web-based application that enables the management of patients’ pituitary tumour diagnosis, treatment and follow-up information. Designed to operate within clinics, with clinicians reviewing and updating patient information during consultations, the application produces patient summary reports and letters to facilitate multi-disciplinary care.
The BioGrid Pituitary Tumour Database enables the collection of a comprehensive dataset, including:
To support its use within clinics, the BioGrid Pituitary Tumour Database produces a number of reports and letters, including:
The database can also be connected to the BioGrid Australia data linkage platform, enabling data to be used for approved collaborative clinical audit and research projects.
To explore the BioGrid Diabetes Clinical and Research Database, try the demonstration software using the username and password below.
username: dataentrypassword: dataentry
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