Research Tracker – Track Research Activity from Public Data (Trials, Publications and Grants) about Any Condition or Treatment | Applied Informatics
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Research Tracker®

Tracking Research Activity for a Disease or Treatment


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Research Tracker?

It is a web application that enables you do a keyword search on a medical condition or disease to obtain relevant information on publications, clinical trials, National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants and research funding.

How much information can we get regarding the trials , grants or publication?

Information from the last five years is available. You can view metrics by the past month, quarter and year.

Can we get information about regarding authors?

Yes, information on the authors of publications, grant investigators and trial investigators is available.

What are sources of data?

Data is obtained from three open source data banks: PUBMED, CT.Gov and NIHR grants database.

Do you have calculation for all disease keywords?

No, we don't have. But once you submit a search query for a keyword, we send you a notification when the calculations are ready which is typically within 2-3 hrs.


This module provides information on publications related to a medical condition or disease. Information on the number of publications and their authors is also available.



Clinical trials offer insights on drugs being developed, the sponsors, locations of the trial sites, researchers and much more.


This module provides information on  grant funding by state, investigators, grant recipients and the amounts provided to them.


Research Tracker NEWS & UPDATES

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ResearchKit: First Endometriosis Tracking Study App, Phendo, Launched by Columbia University Researchers and Applied Informatics - January 5, 2017 Priya Menon
New York City, January 04, 2017 – A team of researchers in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University Medical Center have launched Phendo, a research study app for self-tracking and management of endometriosis symptoms. Developed by Applied Informatics, the observational research app is an initiative of Columbia University’s Citizen Endo…
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