More collaboration, sharing, and repurposing. More complex study designs, workflows, and data sources. More emphasis on regulatory compliance.
We help you keep up by providing data management expertise and configurable open source software.
RexPlatform is a library of tools for creating configurable data repositorieswith little-to-no help from programmers and database administrators.
Collect. Integrate. Explore. Repurpose.
All of our solutions empower teams to harness sensitive data in regulated environments.
Our clients are Biomedical Researchers, Academic Medical Centers, Professional Associations, and Institutional IT.
Our software is trusted by eminent research teams across the globe.
American Optometric Association
Duke Institute for Brain Sciences
Florida State University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Marcus Autism Center / CHOA
Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center
University of California, Irvine
University of California, San Diego
U of Missouri, Thompson Center
Weill Cornell Medical College, NY
Weill Cornell Medical College, Qatar
Yale University, Child Study Center
…and many more!
And they say great things about us.
We have a strong track record of project success serving demanding institutions and fantastic testimonials.
Prometheus enabled us to reclaim over 20 years worth of clinical data from a disparate array of legacy systems; these data are now integrated with our research data (often on the same individuals) to create an expansive resource for reuse and sharing.
Fred R. Volkmar, PhD, Director, Child Study Center, Yale University
Prometheus was instrumental in turning a complex and initially unwieldy scientific project into a fully functional one, enhancing both the scientific endeavor and our ability to flexibly adjust to and support the families participating in our studies. I unequivocally recommend them on any complex data collection project.
Ami Klin, PhD, Chief of Autism and Related Disorders, Marcus Autism Center
Working with the Prometheus team has been a joyful learning experience. They have made us all better scientists, and their impact on autism science and families will endure for years to come.
Gerald D. Fischbach, MD, Chief Scientist and Fellow | Dean Emeritus, Simons Foundation | Columbia University