A service-oriented philosophy was in mind when the administrative staff was reorganized in 1997 in order to meet the dynamic needs of ACRI’s research community. The staff acts as facilitators to ease the administrative burden of sponsored research. At the same time, the office provides an array of unique services, outside the general area of research administration, that have proven to be quite beneficial to the Institute’s cause.
For questions related to animal forms, please email email@example.com.
For questions related to animal forms, please email YountPA@archildrens.org.
For the extramural budget template, please email our Grant Development Specialist.
For questions related to intramural grant application forms, please email McMainsAM@archildrens.org.
For questions related to PCRU forms, please email StormentJS@archildrens.org.
For questions related to these forms, please email StormentJS@archildrens.org.
For questions related to NIH forms, please email YountPA@archildrens.org.
The Biostatistics Core at ACRI provides comprehensive assistance with study design, data analysis, and statistical results interpretation. The core is staffed by two doctoral level statisticians and two master’s level statisticians who are available to support researchers of Arkansas Children’s with statistical applications related to basic science, clinical, health outcomes, epidemiologic, and behavioral research. Our statisticians have knowledge and expertise in SAS, open-source R, and SPSS software packages.
The first hour of consulting is free. Additional support will be charged on an hourly basis
Consulting for grant proposal preparation is free. Costs associated with statistical support needed during the project period should be included in the grant application budget.
Please contact the Core at the conceptual stage of research to ensure quality results.
The purpose of the Arkansas Children's Research Institute Systems Biology Bioinformatics Core is to provide data analysis support for Arkansas Children's Institute Researchers, as well as those outside our Institute.
The Systems Biology Bioinformatics Core at Arkansas Children’s Research Institute provides investigator support in experimental design, data analysis, data visualization, and highly rigorous interpretation of large, complex data sets. The core maintains state-of-the-art analytical pipelines for the advances of “omics” technologies.
The Systems Biology Bioinformatics Core is located on the second floor of the Arkansas Children’s Research Institute at 13 Children’s Way, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202.
We request that investigators acknowledge the core with the following:
“The Arkansas Children’s Research Institute’s Systems Biology Bioinformatics Core is supported by the Arkansas Children’s Research Institute, the Arkansas Biosciences Institute, and the Center for Translational Pediatric Research funded by the National Institutes of Health (P20GM121293).”
Use the button below to initiate a sample submission or to obtain a quote for services. A member of the Systems Biology Bioinformatics Core will contact you shortly after you submit the request. We look forward to providing you with cutting-edge bioinformatics services!Request Services
The purpose of the Arkansas Children's Research Informatics Core (RIC) is to support investigators and researchers to gain access to state-of-the-art research tools and technologies for biomedical research.
The Research Informatics team at Arkansas Children’s Research Institute offers the services and the tools that enable investigators to conduct research activities. The Research Informatics team emphasizes biomedical informatics as an approach in facilitating research projects and in assisting investigators in the daily use of research database systems and clinical/operational support requests. The Research Informatics team maintains state-of-the-art research tools and technologies.
Support and Training
Use the links below to initiate a request for services. A member of the Research Informatics team will contact you shortly after the request is submitted. If you have questions or need help, you can attend the Ask RIC sessions held every Monday from 12 pm to 1 pm.
We look forward to providing you with cutting-edge informatics services.
To request informatics support for your research, please contact the research informatics program manager, Erin C. Hathorn, MSHI.
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