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Medical research and therapy have been increasingly IT-supported and networked. The aim is to enable a treatment adapted to individual patient needs (personalization) and put the patient at the center of the effort (patient orientation). This requires the collection and processing of mainly personal and often sensitive data and their transmission, not infrequently across national borders, and thus the cooperation of physicians, computer scientists and lawyers.



 Application of Big data technologies for supporting more efficient and effective healthcare systems


BRaunschweig ENzyme DAtabase ist das weltweit größte Informationssystem für biochemische, molekularbiologische und funktionale Enzymdaten

Coding of Sequencing Data

Streaming for genome research


Bringing together the largest well-characterized regional, national and international longitudinal cohorts of patients with Primary Sjögren Syndrome (pSS)

IASiS - Big Data for Precision Medicine

Transform Big Data into actionable knowledge from which decisions that be taken to support precision medicine and health policy makers


A voice-controlled intelligent personal assistant for clinics


Paving the Way towards Personalized Prevention and Care of Severe Norovirus Gastroenteritis

Signal Coding for Binaural Signal Processing in Cochlear Implants