During this second call for proposals, a total of 38 applications were received – 20 Infrastructure development project applications and 18 Driver project applications, including 6 applications that requested co-funding by PHRT and SPHN. The total budget requested for all project applications was CHF 31.8 million.
Based on the recommendation of its International Advisory Board, the National Steering Board of SPHN decided to support 5 Infrastructure developments projects and 5 Driver projects for a total amount of CHF 9.65 million, of which 3 will be co-funded by SPHN and PHRT.
The following projects will be funded fully or in part and for some, funding is subject to specific conditions.
Infrastructure development projects
SwissPKcdw: Optimising paediatric dosing regimens based on a clinical data warehouse.*
Swiss BioRef: Personalized reference values for precision medicine.*
*These projects have been submitted as Driver projects but will be funded as Infrastructure development projects.
Infrastructure development projects co-funded by SPHN and PHRT
MedCo: Enabling the Secure and Privacy-Preselving Exploration of Distributed Clinical and *Omics Cohorts in the SPHN.
QA4IQI: Quality Assessment for Interoperable Quantitative CT-Imaging.
Consortium: USB, ETHZ, HES-SO, CHUV, Inselspital, USZ.
SACR: The Swiss Ageing Citizen Reference.
Consortium: Swiss TPH, IUMSP/CHUV, UniGe, USB/UniBS.
Main applicant: Nicole Probst-Hensch.
CREATE PRIMA: Clinical Research from multi-modality big data sources without proprietary interfaces in a multicenter approach.
IMAGINE: Radiomics for comprehensive patient and disease phenotyping in personalized health.
SOIN: Swiss Ophthalmic Imaging Network.
Driver Project co-funded by SPHN and PHRT
SHFN: SWISSHEART Failure Network.
The list can also be downloaded as PDF.
No other call for proposals within the funding period 2017-2020 is foreseen.
A short description of the 2018 awarded projects will be published once the projects have started:
Read more about how various institutions are involved in funded SPHN projects:
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