[2015 - Finished]
[2016 - Finishing]
[2016 - Finishing]
[2016 - Finished]
BIOOPENER is a data-interlinked platform that enables automated discovery of data linkages, associations, querying, and analytics over large-scale cancer and biomedical repositories to under the cancer progression.
A project on applying Semantic Web & Linked Data technologies in combination with a new generation of sensors and sensor-based feedback, and the ability to analyse real-time personal health data, to change how individuals manage their own personal health, while allowing clinicians a greater opportunity to diagnose, treat, and manage an individual’s healthcare needs.
Current modelling methods do not capture the underlying semantics of biosimulation models sufficiently to support building, reusing, composing and merging complex biosimulation models originating from diverse experiments. SIFEM propose an ontology based and multi-layered biosimulation model to facilitate researchers to share, integrate and collaborate their knowledge bases at Web scale. SIFEM aims to build a semantically-interlinked platform for sharing clinical data (histological data, micro-CT images of the cochlea, pathological data) and inner ear Finite Element (FE) simulation models.
Respecting patients’ anonymity is crucial while analysing data including genetic, environmental, medical observation, and medical history of subjects (i.e., patients) that exhibit adverse events occurring in the frame of clinical trials. This project has developed a multi-dimensional and policy based access to clinical resources (in Linked Data) ensuring patients’ anonymity during retrieving (1) subjects from multiple clinical locations, (2) drug - adverse event associations, and (3) drug - adverse event - chemical fragment associations.
PPEPR system has shown that the use of Semantic Web technologies has reduced the size of alignments (or mappings) between HL7 (V2 and V3) compliant systems.
Patent: The PPEPR system (an outcome of my PhD study) has been licensed by a clinical data integration company SlidePath (now known as Leica Microsystems).
RIDE project has created a set of guidelines for the eHealth Communication COM 356 by coordinating various efforts on eHealth interoperability in EU member states and the associated states.
EU FP7 Project, funding 954,929.00 €, Role:Deputy Leader
EU FP7 Project, funding 2.9 Million Euros, Role: Co-applicant & Coordinator
EU FP7 Project, funding 3.9 Million Euros, Role:Co-applicant & Technical Coordinator
EI CCS, funding 15,000 €, Role:Main applicant & PI