Precision medicine involves aligning deidentified patient data, whole genome or exome sequences, specific tumor sequences, specimen records from dozens of blood draws, biopsies, and more. LabKey Server acts as the hub for integrating a multitude of data types, presenting it for further research and analysis.
Collaboration for AIDS Vaccine Discovery (CAVD) DataSpace helps researchers discover study data, filter, combine, visualize, and export information of interest, and comply with agreements and regulations on data security.
The MacCoss lab at the University of Washington partnered with LabKey Software to develop Panorama, a LabKey Server module that provides a repository for Skyline targeted mass spectrometry documents.
LabKey Software partnered with the WNPRC and ONPRC to develop systems for managing and reporting on electronic health records (EHR) and related research data for primate colonies.
O’Connor LabKey Server
The O’Connor lab uses LabKey Server as its “operating system,” speeding its efforts to understand how genetics affects immunity to viruses such as HIV/SIV.
MESA-ICEMR uses LabKey Server to facilitate collection and analysis of experimental data; integrate clinical and laboratory data from diverse field sites; and access real-time data across continents.
Adair and Kiem Labs
LabKey Server-based assay tools free up Adair and Kiem lab members to focus on data interpretation instead of manual processing, help them look quickly across results collected from multiple experiments over time, and enable them to scale up analysis as fast as sequencing throughput.