Featuring the work of CURE Epilepsy PTE Initiative grantee Dr. Jeffrey Loeb and his laboratory
Abstract found on PubMed
Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is a devastating neurological injury that can lead to many downstream complications including epilepsy. Predicting who will get epilepsy in order to find ways to prevent it as well as stratify patients for future interventions is a major challenge given the large number of variables not only related to the injury itself, but also to what happens after the injury. Extensive multimodal data are generated during the process of SAH patient care. In parallel, preclinical models are under development that attempt to imitate the variables observed in patients. Computational tools that consider all variables from both human data and animal models are lacking and demand an integrated, time-dependent platform where researchers can aggregate, store, visualize, analyze, and share the extensive integrated multimodal information. We developed a multi-tier web-based application that is secure, extensible, and adaptable to all available data modalities using flask micro-web framework, python, and PostgreSQL database. The system supports data visualization, data sharing and downloading for offline processing. The system is currently hosted inside the institutional private network and holds [Formula: see text] of data from 164 patients and 71 rodents.
Clinical Relevance-Our platform supports clinical and preclinical data management. It allows users to comprehensively visualize patient data and perform visual analytics. These utilities can improve research and clinical practice for subarachnoid hemorrhage and other brain injuries.