SRDAR originated in the summer of 2004, initially working on one project from a funded grant to Dr. Hyland in the Department of Health Behavior at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI). This created the opportunity to hire staff and to develop the necessary infrastructure for SRDAR. Given the success of that initial project and with additional collaborations within RPCI’s Cancer Prevention Research Program, Genetics Research Program, Clinical Research, and several outside organizations. SRDAR has become a reliable, cost-effective option for both clinical and population-based studies. We are a group of research professionals committed to helping scientists complete their research by overcoming cost and logistic obstacles.