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Mechanical and biomedical engineer Matthew Panzer is leading computational brain modeling projects at UVA’s Center for Applied Biomechanics. (Photo by Dan Addison, University Communications)

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From left, Ron Hutchins, Scott Bevins and Tho Nguyen are heading up the ACCORD initiative that securely broadens researchers’ access to protected data.

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by Audra Book
abook@virginia.edu

Imagine you’re a professor at a small university. You have a research idea that could lead to a breakthrough in health care, but in order to conduct the research, you need access to big, medical data sets. The federal government could provide the data plus grant money to fund the project, but only if you have the highly sophisticated, expensive computer system needed to protect the data. Your university doesn’t have that kind of computing infrastructure, so the research idea is dead on arrival.

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UVA Researchers Harnessing Big Data's Power to Fight the Flu

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Yonghwi Kwon’s grants from the National Science Foundation and the Office of Naval Research are aimed at developing automated systems for detecting and thwarting malware. (Photo by Chris Tyree)

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The UVA Cyber Defense Team – from left, William Tonks, Michael Benos, Paul Vann, Jake Smith, Calvin Krist, Daniel Chen, Jack McDowell and Maggie Gates – moved on to the national finals. (Photo courtesy UVA Engineering)

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