Congratulations to Terry Smith (center at right), REDCap program manager for the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center for Biomedical Informatics and Biostatistics (CB2), for receiving a Wildcat Family Spirit Award for his outstanding work, dedication, and commitment to making REDCap, which supports clinical surveys and databases projects and initiatives, a huge success for university researchers and collaborators.
Terry continuously goes above and beyond for UA's REDCap users via recurring training sessions, innovative development of the software, and all around support for researchers to ensure their utilization of the REDCap software fully meets expectations and enhances their research projects.
“This certificate of appreciation is well deserved and a small token of our gratitude for Terry and his excellent service to UA,” said Yves A. Lussier, MD, CB2 director, associate director of informatics at the UA BIO5 Institute, associate vice president and chief knowledge officer for UA Health Sciences and a professor of medicine and statistics-GIDP. “Thank you, Terry!”
The award was presented Sept. 6.
The REDCap consortium, of which CB2 is a partner, is composed of thousands of active institutional partners in over one hundred countries who utilize and support REDCap in various ways. It supports a secure web application (REDCap) designed exclusively to support data capture for research studies and institutional projects. This application allows users to build and manage online surveys and databases quickly and securely. UAHS currently hosts hundreds of production and development REDCap projects.
For more information on REDCap, please visit here.
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