Infrastructure development projects thrive to develop and test new technologies, methods and infrastructures for personalized health related research in connection with infrastructure implementation.
1. Development of a governance and quality management system for exchange of patient related data for research purposes.
Duration: 1 February 2018 - 31 July 2019, Award: CHF 290'000
2. E-General Consent: Development and Implementation of a Nationwide Harmonized Interactive Electronic General Consent.
Duration: 1 May 2018 - 30 April 2019, Award: CHF 400'000
3. C3-STuDY: Citizen Centered Consent: Shared, Transparent and Dynamic.
Duration: 1 April 2018 - 30 September 2019, Award: CHF 280'000
4. DeID/De-identification of clinical narrative data in French, German and Italian.
Duration: 1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019, Award: CHF 100'000
5. Harmonising the collection of health-related data and biospecimens in paediatric hospitals throughout Switzerland.
Duration: 1 June 2018 - 31 May 2020, Award: CHF 400'000
6. LOINC for Swiss Laboratories (L4CHLAB).
Duration: 1 April 2018 - 31 May 2019, Award: CHF 200'000
7. Swiss Variant Interpretation Platform for Oncology (SVIP-O).
Duration: 1 March 2018 - 31 December 2019, Award: CHF 400'000, Website: www.svip.ch
8. NLP-powered mapping of clinical reports onto SNOMED-CT concepts for tumour classification (NLPforTC).
Duration: 1 May 2018 - 30 April 2019, Award: CHF 360'000
1. SwissGenVar: A platform for clinical grade interpretation of genetic variants to foster personalized health care in Switzerland.
2. SwissPKcdw: Optimising paediatric dosing regimens based on a clinical data warehouse.*
Contact: Christoph Berger.
3. Swiss BioRef: Personalized reference values for precision medicine.*
Contact: Alexander Leichtle.
*These projects have been submitted as Driver projects but will be funded as Infrastructure development projects.
Projects co-funded by SPHN and PHRT
4. MedCo: Enabling the Secure and Privacy-Preselving Exploration of Distributed Clinical and *Omics Cohorts in the SPHN.
5. QA4IQI: Quality Assessment for Interoperable Quantitative CT-Imaging.
Presenting the achievements of the SPHN-funded projects:
Researchers will talk about the goals and the milestones of their projects, and how they contributed to the development of the SPHN infrastructure. They will also address achievements, challenges and emerging research opportunities.
Read more about the upcoming presentation and the calendar of seminars for the next months on the DCC website.
Information about the Driver projects awarded in 2017 and 2018 can be found here.