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Center for Data-Driven Discovery in Biomedicine

Directors: Resnick, Adam C., PhD; Storm, Jay., MD

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The Center for Data-Driven Discovery in Biomedicine (D3b) is a translational biomedical research Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, which brings together expertise across disciplines to accelerate bench-to-bedside research on behalf of children. The D3b Center is founded on convergence research principles that define its partnership with other leading researchers, clinicians, and patient advocates, spanning across areas of expertise, across institutions, and across the globe — to collaboratively generate the quantity and quality of information and increased understanding needed to accelerate discoveries and improve treatments for pediatric diseases.

D3b's open-science model allows the Center to securely generate and integrate large volumes of complex genomic, clinical, and patient data, supported by open-access, D3b-developed platforms that empower collaborative discovery. In addition to its clinical and scientific collaborations, D3b is a champion of the patient community, working alongside more than 50 nonprofit foundations and patient advocates.

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