Registry Science

Registry Science

SAHMRI greatly values registries as a source of translational and observational research. Well-designed registries, particularly at the population level, form the ‘third pillar’ of scientific research in conjunction with clinical trials and laboratory work.

Registry science

SAHMRI believes population-based studies founded on registries can represent the most reliable option for identifying the actual effects of treatments and outcomes in the general population.

The SAHMRI Registry Centre was established to widen the institute’s existing role in the registry space and to expand capacity and training in this area. The centre’s goals are to:

  • Provide the best resources for registry building capacity
  • Lead registry science through collaborative opportunities for our scientists
  • Develop strong international and industry collaborations
  • Continue to support a shared learning environment within our organization
  • Become a leading national and international registry centre.