Got resources? Get eBIRT!

The Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute (ACTSI) and the Emory Research and Health Sciences IT division are proud to announce the upcoming release of the electronic Biomedical Interactive Resource Tool (eBIRT), a new web-based application used for research resource discovery. eBIRT offers resource providers, such as service centers and cores, a platform to advertise their services, and investigators a means to locate services for their use in research. With the launch of eBIRT coming in March, we are asking all core and service directors to provide us with content about their services so we can advertise for you. If you would like to make your services more discoverable to the scientific community, or would like more information about eBIRT, please write to: bekeela.davila@emory.edu.

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