Weill Greenberg Center, NYC
The Integrative Data Analysis Core (IDAC) at Weill Cornell Medicine will support projects in the Center with bioinformatics, data management and data integration. The Integrative Data Analysis Core will help the Center organize, store and manage experimental results and clinical data, will assist and educate Center investigators in reproducible data analysis techniques, and will produce integrative analyses across data produced by the Cornell Center and other ME/CFS Centers. The IDAC will deposit eligible data in the ME/CFS Data Management and Coordinating Center (DMCC) and harmonize data management and conventions between the Cornell Center and the DMCC.

The IDAC is co-directed by Dr. Jen Grenier and Dr. Elizabeth Sweeney. Dr. Grenier directs the RNA Sequencing Core, which is part of the Center for Reproductive Genomics and the Department of Biomedical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. She specializes in data analysis, project design, and novel technology implementation. Dr. Sweeney is an assistant professor in the Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology in the Department of Healthcare Policy and Research at Weill Cornell Medicine. Her expertise is in the statistical analyses of magnetic resonance-based imaging data, including image segmentation, image normalization and harmonization, cross-sectional and longitudinal modeling, as well as software development.