Brain-CODE is housed at the High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (HPCVL) in Kingston, Ontario. Brain-CODE adheres to high levels of data privacy and security. To protect patient health data, encryption and de-identification tools are used in storage and prior to release to other research collaborators. To federate with other databases (linking Brain-CODE data with other research or administrative databases) a high security data transfer infrastructure has been created.

With its user friendly portal, Brain-CODE will help researchers track their study related data, collaborate with other researchers, and perform analyses on large and diverse datasets that may be impossible to perform on a desktop computer.

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