From the first to third period of the project (May 2015 2016-April 2019) the following work has been done:




Creation, development and maintenance of ENSAT-HT clinical data capture model and maintenance of online registry supporting data capture, biomaterial transfer inventory and connection to ENSAT registry have been done. Advanced functionality includes the development of pairing algorithm for secondary study and the bulk upload of extended retrospective clinical data.

A Research Data Management Platform (RDMP) has been deployed and populated with 7 omics datasets recently provided by collaborators along with its provenance. Procurement, installation and configuration of infrastructure and hardware, for hosting omics data within Safe Heaven environment have been completed.

The Automated Multi-omics Integrative Pipeline is developed and successfully deployed on the hardware. This pipeline accesses the ENSAT-HT omics datasets through RDMP Software. It is used for the extensive analysis of multiomics data under different scenarios. The best feature selection methods and machine learning algorithms for each scenario are finalised. Multiomics signatures were identified which provide high classification accuracies.


Union’s Horizon 2020

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 633983

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ENSAT-HT consortium meeting 2019

This year the ENSAT-HT consortium meeting will take place in Lyon, France from 16th to 17th May 2019.
Members from our Scientific Advisory Board will also be invited.

Article on ENSAT-HT available on European Commission "success stories" website

We are pleased to announce that the European Commission's publication services published...

ENSAT-HT consortium meeting 2018

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