Featured Projects


FaceBase https://www.facebase.org

Coordinating Center, Faceted Data Browser
Domain: craniofacial research. We manage their coordinating center, providing a new data model, data browser (via Chaise/Ermrest) and coordinating data publishing and sharing between 10 project spokes to accelerate craniofacial research. Learn More

(Re)Building A Kidney

(Re)Building A Kidney https://www.rebuildingakidney.org

Coordinating Center, Data Hub
Domain: Kidney. We are building their collaboration and data publishing infrastructure including a new Annotations viewer that allows users to zoom into high quality images of kidney cells and create, edit and share annotations. Learn More


GUDMAP https://www.gudmap.org

Coordinating Center, Data Hub
Domain: Lower urinary tract. We are building a new data model to take advantage of this rich collection from a long-standing consortium comprised of sequencing data, antibodies tests, cell lines and protocols to allow more integration and cross linkages between their datasets. Learn More

GPCR Consortium

GPCR Consortium https://data.gpcrconsortium.org

Data Explorer
Domain: GPCR Receptors. We have developed the GPCR Data Explorer to contain data generated during the process of GPCR structure determination. These data will represent the entire process of GPCR structural biology including all associated constructs and related experimental data. Learn More.


Synapse https://synapse-dev.isrd.isi.edu

Data Explorer (in development)
Domain: zebrafish. The Synapse project does longitudinal studies of live zebrafish. They need help with organizing the data collection and analysis in a way that can integrate with their hands-on lab workflows.

Globus Toolkit

Globus Toolkit http://toolkit.globus.org/

Software development (complete)
The GlobusĀ® Toolkit is an open source software toolkit used for building grids. ISRD helped develop Grid computing infrastructure to connect disparate computing resources and allow the sharing of data despite size or security issues. This technology is now used in universities, laboratories, and computing facilities around the world. Learn More.