Did you know?
The Icahn School of Medicine’s Scientific Computing and Data group runs a computational & data ecosystem called Minerva that is available to you for your research!
Minerva hosts a centralized set of research databases, data sets, and analysis tools, including the following:
- Data Ark containing over a dozen research data sets including TCGA, UK Biobank, COVID-19 data sets and more
- Mount Sinai Data Warehouse (MSDW)
- Imaging Research Warehouse (IRW)
- BioMe Biobank genomic sequencing files
- Cohort query tools Leaf & ATLAS
- Data capture tool REDCap
- Data analysis tools like Jupyter Notebook, R Shiny, and more
- Massive compute: 2 petaflops of compute power from 445 nodes with 24,214 CPUs, 88 GPUs, 210 terabytes of RAM, and 32 petabytes of storage (see more)
Don’t know where to start, need help, or simply curious? Scientific Computing and Data is having an Open House!
Come meet Scientific Computing‘s physician informaticists, computational scientists, healthcare data engineers, and other experts who are available to help you with your research!
When: Tuesday, November 1, 2:00-3:00 PM
Where: Goldwurm Auditorium, Icahn Building, 1st Floor
Light refreshments will be provided.