Website Application Development

If you need to give parents a way to search for the right clinical trial for their child, protect access to your ongoing research with special login functionality, or simply want to offer a contact form on your website, RIS Web Services can provide you with the code necessary to ensure secure, reliable functions for your website.

Website Design and Deployment

Whether you're interested in a website that's a page or two of basic study information for researchers and study participants or a fully-featured, commercial-grade site with user portals and an advanced user experience, we can assist in the design, hosting, and deployment of your site.

Technical Consulting

If you'd prefer to have an outside vendor develop your site, we can help you know the right questions to ask, attend vendor interviews, and work with your chosen provider to ensure that when they're finished with your site, we can deploy and maintain it seamlessly.

Google Analytics

Want to track your website users by geographic area? Need to know which pages are the most popular, and which ones tend to drive people away? What about discovering the search terms people use to find your study? Google Analytics is a free tool we can help you implement on your site so that you can discover how your website is performing.

About Us

Located on the 2nd floor of the Colket Translational Research Building, The Research IS Web Services team designs and supports web sites for investigators, labs, studies, Core Facilities, Affinity Groups, outreach programs, and Centers of Emphasis. The team develops a variety of client-side and database-driven web applications, including search and data gathering functionality, custom login and access restriction, and more.

Web Services posts new content and site updates daily as part of their service to internal clients. In addition, the team provides development support to, and day-to-day administration of, Institute-wide web presences, including the Research Institute public website, the Research Institute intranet and the Share (Wiki) collaborative environment.