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What is CRDW?

The Rutgers Clinical and Research Data Warehouse (CRDW) serves as a central repository, uniting diverse healthcare data sources including Electronic Medical Records (EMRs), Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS), Tumor Registries, Biospecimen Repositories, and cutting-edge medical imaging and genomics.

A collaborative team from Rutgers and Rutgers Health collects and standardizes this wide-ranging clinical and research data. Leveraging expertise in data mining, computing, and pattern recognition, our goal is to tailor treatments, refine medical practices, and uncover disease insights.

This resource is invaluable for researchers, clinicians, and healthcare professionals, providing access to aggregated and organized clinical data. It facilitates research, analysis, and the generation of insights into various medical conditions, treatments, and outcomes.

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Data access form

Need access to data hosted in CRDW? Submit your request via the following form.

Tenant request form

Want to host your own data from a project in CRDW? Complete the tenant request form.

Contact us

Submit any questions regarding CRDW services through the following contact form.

View pricing for Rutgers Clinical and Research Data Warehouse

Benefits of using CRDW


Access to comprehensive data
A rich repository of diverse clinical data, available for comprehensive analysis and research across various healthcare domains.


Enhanced research capabilities
Robust data analytics tools and resources, enhancing deeper insights and informed decision-making for research.


Efficient data management
Streamlined data management processes through secure storage, that ensure compliance with privacy regulations and allow seamless clinical and research data exchange.


Collaborative opportunities
A centralized platform for sharing, analyzing, and leveraging valuable clinical data resources to foster collaboration among researchers, clinicians, and stakeholders.

CRDW general FAQ

What is CRDW?

The Rutgers Clinical and Research Data Warehouse (CRDW) serves as a central repository, uniting diverse healthcare data sources including Electronic Medical Records (EMRs), Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS), Tumor Registries, Biospecimen Repositories, and cutting-edge medical imaging and genomics.

A collaborative team from Rutgers and Rutgers Health collects and standardizes this wide-ranging clinical and research data. Leveraging expertise in data mining, computing, and pattern recognition, our goal is to tailor treatments, refine medical practices, and uncover disease insights.

This resource is invaluable for researchers, clinicians, and healthcare professionals, providing access to aggregated and organized clinical data. It facilitates research, analysis, and the generation of insights into various medical conditions, treatments, and outcomes.

What type of research data requests are covered by the CRDW?

Typically, access is granted to authorized researchers, clinicians, and stakeholders associated with Rutgers University and RWJBH, as well as their partner institutions. However, this is subject to approval by the CRDW Digital Governance Council (DGC).

What data is available now in the CRDW?

The warehouse contains a wide range of clinical data, including patient demographics, medical records, laboratory results, imaging reports, and more, enabling research across various healthcare domains.

Requests for a limited data set or de-identified data (using the Safe Harbor method) can be made depending on the needs of a project and the subject of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocol approvals.

Refer to CRDW operating procedures for details on how to request access to the Clinical and Research Data Warehouse.

How can I get started with this service?

For assistance or inquiries, please contact us through the CRDW web portal. Submit any questions regarding CRDW services using the following contact form.