Leveraging DataDirect for Mental Health Research: Tips, Tricks and a Step-by-Step Case Example

Wednesday, May 8 | 12:00 pm  |  Virtual Event
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The University of Michigan's DataDirect tool offers U-M researchers customized, user-friendly access to Michigan Medicine clinical data. With options for cohort discovery, recruitment, and de-identified data output, DataDirect is a highly valuable resource for mental health research. A presenter from U-M's Data Office for Clinical & Translational Research will share what’s new in the tool, and our Data & Design Core team will provide an interactive look at how this tool can advance your mental health research. 

In this webinar, you'll learn: 

  • The benefits of using DataDirect in your U-M research
  • What mental health data is available in DataDirect
  • A step-by-step case example of how we used DataDirect in a project examining relationships between depression and centralized pain 
  • Hands-on tips for optimizing DataDirect in your research

This webinar will be informational for U-M investigators, students and research staff who have and have not personally worked with DataDirect before. 

This is a closed event for U-M faculty and staff only. Advanced registration is required.

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Featured speakers:

  • Erin Kaleba, director, Data Office for Clinical and Translational Research
  • Meghan Seewald, MA, manager, Data & Design Core, Eisenberg Family Depression Center
  • Emily Urban-Wojcik, Ph.D., lead statistician, Data & Design Core, Eisenberg Family Depression Center
Event Type
Presentation, Professional Development
Event Category