In the second period of the project (November 2016-April 2018) the following work has been done:



Creation, development and maintenance of ENSAT-HT clinical data capture model. Creation and maintenance of online registry supporting data capture, biomaterial transfer inventory and connection to ENSAT registry. Advanced functionality includes a registry-connected Quality of Life mobile app, development of pairing algorithm for secondary study, the bulk upload of extended retrospective clinical data. Consent from all collaborators on data sharing protocols has been achieved. A Research Data Management Platform (RDMP) has been deployed and populated with 5 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 realised. A systematic review of machine learning algorithms for omics dataset and study various prospective techniques has been undertaken. Different processing pipelines for omics data management have been supported. Representative omics data is used to study the impact of feature sub-selection on the classification accuracy of phenotypes. Single omic and preliminary multi-omics analysis is currently underway.


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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