Campus News

July 19, 2010

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'One-stop shop' for research resources

Emory researchers have a new tool for finding resources, including services, equipment, even training opportunities, for their work.

The electronic biomedical interactive resource tool or eBIRT is a web-based application that serves as a “one-stop virtual shop” for research resources, such as laboratory services, equipment, software, consultation services, training opportunities and more.

eBIRT also offers a platform to advertise research-related services and products for resource providers, such as service centers and cores.

It is part of the Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute, which encompasses Emory, Georgia Tech and Morehouse Medical School.

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