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The ultimate goal of Pediatric Precision Medicine is to stratify children affected by diseases to improve diagnosis and medical treatments. Translational investigators are bringing to bear ever greater amounts of heterogeneous clinical data and scientific information to create classification strategies that enable the matching of intervention to underlying mechanisms of...

The potential of precision medicine is tremendous in the transition towards future digital healthcare system. Genome data analysis is a critical component in the success of precision medicine. Sequencing and analysing the whole genome of a patient will allow developing personalised therapies, anticipating health problems and enabling preventive therapies. Intensive...

The Genomic Data Infrastructure (GDI) project brings together national agencies, research organisations, and technology providers in 22 countries to provide a cross-border federated network of national genome collections, associated with other relevant data, for advancing data-driven biomedical research and personalised medicine solutions to benefit citizens of...

Cancer's complex nature requires integrating advanced research data across national boundaries to enable progress. Indeed, the Horizon Europe mission board for cancer has identified access to data, knowledge and digital services - accessible across the European Research Area through federated infrastructures - as a key enabling condition for...

The comparative genomics group (www.cgenomics.org ) is jointly affiliated to the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre (BSC) and the Biomedical Research Institute (IRB).

The main research interest of our group is to understand the complex relationships between genome sequences and phenotypes and how these two features evolve within and across species. We...

The Transcriptomics and Functional Genomics Lab led by Marta Melé is interested in understanding how the information encoded in our genome determines gene expression and splicing variation across individuals and tissues. To address this, we use a combination of cutting-edge computational analyses, next generation sequencing, and high-throughput functional...

The goal of EuCanImage is to build a highly secure, federated and large-scale European cancer imaging platform, with capabilities that will greatly enhance the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in oncology. Firstly, the EuCanImage platform will be populated with a completely new data resource totaling over 25,000 single subjects, which will allow to investigate unmet...

TransBioNet was created in 2018 as part of the mission of the Spanish National Bioinformatics Institute (INB) to increase the translational impact of its activities in the Spanish National Health System (SNS). TransBioNet was born as an initiative open to all bioinformatics units and groups that develop their activity in hospital environments. Initially, the network was...

The aim of the project is to develop a comprehensive framework for generalizing network analytics and fusion paradigms of non-negative matrix factorization to medical data. Heterogeneous, interconnected, systems-level omics data are becoming increasingly available and important in precision medicine. We are seeking to better stratify and subtype patients into risk groups,...

INB, the Spanish National Bioinformatics Institute, was created in 2003 following the Swiss Bioinformatics Institute (SIB) model of a distributed organization of nodes with a central coordination hub. Since 2015, the INB is the Spanish node of ELIXIR (European Life Science Infrastructure for Biological Information). Since January 2018, the INB is the bioinformatics technology...

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