Senior Design Projects

ECS193 A/B Winter & Spring 2020

Developing a web-based interface to make requests, have automated reports, and verification of information

Email bndugger@ucdavis.edu
Name Dr. Brittany Dugger
Affiliation UC-Davis department of pathology and lab medicine

Project's details

Project title Developing a web-based interface to make requests, have automated reports, and verification of information
Background At the University of California Davis we have one of the most diverse collection of human brains from Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders through our Alzheimer’s Disease Center (https://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/alzheimers/ ). We share these resources with universities and institutes from all over the world.
Description We need to optimize our inquiring systems for to better accommodate these types of requests. When a potential collaborator submits a request, they should have a confirmation of their request as well as when to expect a reply. Furthermore, to monitor certain aspects of requests would like to have automatic reports (such as the number of requests per month, or graphing the number of requests over the course of a year). Other items may include verification of select input variables (to denote if the information the requester has submitted is valid).
Deliverable The student team will develop a webpage linked to an email account, a verification component, and a component generating automatic reports that can aid in this endeavor. Examples: Brain and Body donation Program at Banner Sun Health Research Institute: https://www.brainandbodydonationregistration.org/ Rush University Medical Center Alzheimer’s disease Center: https://www.radc.rush.edu/requests.htm;jsessionid=FF96F3268AD4A301F21596AC577DF635 Columbia Alzheimer’s Disease Center: http://www.nybb.hs.columbia.edu/
Skill set desirable knowledge of web design, knowledge of front end and back end languages, technology stacks and integration, API design and integration
Phone number (916)734-3855
Client time availability 30-60 min every two weeks
IP requirement Open source project
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