Clinical and Research Informatics Unit (CRIU)

The Clinical and Research Informatics Unit (CRIU) consists of a team of clinicians, AI researchers, software developers, data scientists and business intelligence analysts working together to develop a robust environment and infrastructure for the analysis of clinical data. During the current pandemic our research programme is also supporting national and international COVID-19-related initiatives.

The Research Data Concierge Service is available to researchers who are looking to use UCLH data for a research project. The service is open to researchers from UCL and UCLH as well as external researchers. 

The Data Access Process for Research (DAP-R) enables UCLH to approve certain projects internally.

EMAP is our UCLH translational data science platform.

Harnessing digital tools and data-enabled trials.

Enabling pragmatic nudging trials for knowledge discovery and improvement of patient care.

At the CRIU we actively encourage patients and members of the public to get involved in our work.

Developing the capacity of clinicians and NHS analysts to use modern data tools

PhD research projects, workforce training and capacity building opportunities

Healthcare data standards supports the implementation of NHS and international standards, to achieve the Trust’s vision of delivering top quality patient care, excellent education and world class research