Mount Sinai Data Warehouse


The Mount Sinai Data Warehouse (MSDW) collects clinical, operational, and financial data for use in clinical and translational research, as well as quality and improvement initiatives. Scientific Computing’s mission is to enable and accelerate biomedical discovery through collaborative research using high performance computing and data science.

Please submit support requests through the MSDW ticketing system.

Covid-19 Research

Download Covid-19 Research   New data elements are being added regularly!
Collaborate with Researchers
View raw COVID-19 queries for research reproducibility
Please acknowledge us in your manuscripts with the following:
“This work was supported in part through the computational and data resources and staff expertise provided by Scientific Computing at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.”

Starting on July 13, 2020, custom data warehouse queries will be subject to a $180/hour fee. – last updated 7/16

Data Services

The MSDW team offers the following self-service applications, as well as custom queries and data de-identification. Learn more about which service is right for you.

Cohort Query Tool (CQT)
The Cohort Query Tool (CQT) is an easy-to-use, self-service web app available to the research community at Mount Sinai to query the MSDW. Request access here. You can then use your Sinai network username/password to login.


The i2b2 web application provides self-service access to a de-identified data mart maintained by the MSDW team. Request access here. You can then use your Sinai network username/password to login.


A web-based integrated platform for database exploration, standardized vocabulary browsing, cohort definition, and population-level analysis. You can then use your Sinai network username/password to login.


TriNetX is now available. Please request an account here to get started.


Data Dictionary
The Data Dictionary illustrates transactions and data points that are collected from each source. It is a good resource to gain an understanding of available data.


Available Data

Mount Sinai Data Warehouse collects data from various sources, including EPIC, CERNER and others. More Info info on data types and sources can be found here.