Computercraft, an American Indian– and Woman-owned small business, provides technical, scientific, and management support services to advance biomedical research and human health.
We work to build and refine high-profile information resources that get accurate health and biomedical research data into the hands of researchers and other stakeholders all over the globe, helping them solve our world’s greatest health challenges.
Through our other services, such as program management office support, we facilitate and sustain our nation’s public health efforts.
WHAT WE DO
Dedicated to open access, we help build and maintain the world's largest publicly available genetic sequence databases as well as products that make it possible to share millions of full-text journal articles.
We provide policy makers, medical providers, scientists, and the public with outreach materials and educational services to share knowledge about health problems and the tools to address them.
We provide governance—including best practices, procedures, mentoring, and tools—to ensure consistency, efficiency, and regulatory and statutory compliance across enterprise IT projects.
- National Institutes of Health
- National Center for Biotechnology Information
- National Library of Medicine
- Center for Information Technology
- National Park Service
- Indian Health Service
- Chickasaw Nation
- University of Virginia Data Science Institute