Data and Biosample Resources

The Institute for Precision Health (IPH) serves as a collaborative hub for transdisciplinary work across the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, UCLA Health System, and UCLA College.  It brings together faculty with a wide range of expertise across clinical medicine, computer science, engineering, public health, and the social sciences. 

To ensure the success of the UCLA ATLAS Community Health Initiative, IPH works closely with the following resources at UCLA.

Discovery Data Repository & Dashboard 

The DDR&D is an Analytic-Ready de-identified data repository, a cohort discovery dashboard, and a set of tools and technologies to enable back and front-end access to underlying data. The DDR&D was developed by UCLA's Office of Health Informatics & Analytics (OHIA) to provide researchers secured and compliant access to health system data assets. Learn More.

Informatics for Integrating Biology & the Bedside (i2b2) Cohort Discovery System 

UCLA i2b2 is a web-based application that enables UCLA investigators to identify potential research study cohorts using clinical data resources obtained through the UCLA Health System. Users can conduct interactive searches of data derived from patient care activities at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center and other UCLA-affiliated clinics and departments. Learn More.

Translational Pathology Core Laboratory (UCLA ATLAS Precision Health Biobank/Honest Broker) 

TPCL is a CAP accredited biorepository and research facility in the UCLA Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and a UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Shared Facility. Learn More.

UCLA Neuroscience Genomics Core (UNGC) 

UNGC offers array based genotyping and methylation screening services and both short (Illumina SBS) and long read (PacBio HiFi) sequencing services in the Gonda research facility on the UCLA Westwood campus. Learn More.


                                           To access samples and data click here to submit a request to IPH.