We are happy to contribute to the “Plattform Life Sciences” issue March 2017 focusing on the digital transformation within the life sciences. In our contribution, we share latest details about our data donation pass for citizens. With its help, citizens get full access to their personal healthcare data so they can request and aggregate them from individual participants in the healthcare system and donate them for individual purposes. Thus, citizens are able to perform their right on information self-determination for the first time in an extensive way.
The slide deck of the presentation “When time matters” of the workshop “The Genomics Revolution: from navigating NGS technologies to real time analysis & integration of big bio data” on Jan 31, 2017 in London is online available now.
We are looking for highly qualified colleagues to extend our team working in the German capital region Berlin/Potsdam. Your will work in research and education in the context of our interdisciplinary cooperation projects. If you are interested to learn more, please feel free to contact us.
Additional details are available in the (German-speaking) job posting.
This position as full-time research assistant (40h per week) is available as soon as possible.
Location (Berlin/Potsdam and Heidelberg)
|Hasso Plattner Institute (Primary)
14482 Potsdam, Germany
|National Center for Tumor Diseases
Campus Neuenheimer Feld
Im Neuenheimer Feld 460
“Analyze Genomes: A Federated In-Memory Database for Real-Time Analysis of Big Medical Data” was awarded by the Industrial Research Foundation. We are happy to be awarded to be one of the top projects in life sciences in the German capital region. We received the award on the Forum Young Elite Researchers in Life Sciences on Nov 16, 2016 in Berlin.
Further details about the Symposium on Big Data in Medicine can be found here.
We are happy to contribute to the “Management & Krankenhaus” issue Sep 2016. In our contribution, we introduce a data donation pass for patients. With the personal data donation pass, patients get fill access to their personal medical data so they can request and aggregate their data from individual participants in the healthcare system. Furthermore, patients get full control to manage access to their data, e.g. to share a de-identified subset of their data for a specific research project.
Back to school to understand the “Code of Life”. We are happy to invite you to “Code of Life” Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) hosted by openHPI. The course starts on Nov 14, 2016 and is designed as an interactive set of daily lectures followed by tasks. Sign-up for free to attend this unique course and to get your personal exam certificate at the end of the course.