MIND Informatics develops and applies integrative computational methods in biomedical and brain research, working with leading clinicians and researchers to understand and cure neurological disorders.

Research Core

The MGH Biomedical Informatics Core (MGH BMIC) - part of MIND Informatics - serves the information management and analysis needs of the MGH/Partners/Harvard research community as well as non-profit organizations and industry.

Biomedical Web Communities

MIND Informatics develops scientific social media, platforms and tools to support rapid communication, sharing discussion of research in scientific communities on the Web.

Computational Biology

We apply computational approaches to analyze biomedical data. Sample analyses include in-silico target identification, database and literature searches, protein annotation, microarray analysis, and next-generation sequencing pipeline execution.

Advanced Information Sharing

Share annotated scientific content on the web using the Domeo Web Annotation Toolkit, developed in our lab, for rapid research communication. Domeo is part of the NIH's Neuroscience Information Framework and is freely available under open source license.

Understanding to Cure

Our lab applies informatics to accelerate cures for devastating neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, MS, and chronic neuropathic pain.


Tim Clark's talk on next generation scientific publishing given at the European Bioinformatics...

Sudeshna Das & Tim Clark present eXframe: A Semantic Web platform for genomics experiments...

Paolo Ciccarese gives keynote address at the 9th International Conference on Data Integration in...

Domeo is now an Open PHACTS Development Partner

Domeo presented in the interactive session of the conference 'Beyond the PDF 2' in Amsterdam....