UCLA Researchers Part of Health Data Provenance Project
Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine in Cleveland is teaming up with researchers from UCLA and Harvard University to develop an engine for managing data provenance. The researchers then will test the provenance engine using de-identified data of patients with sleep disorders, epilepsy and/or lung cancer. The project is being funded by an NIH grant worth about $900,000.
- "Case, UCLA, Harvard Look to Data Provenance To Reconcile Multiple Sources of Big Data" (Versel, MedCity News, 7/20).