Useful Links



  • IntOGen-mutations. A discovery tool for cancer researchers to find driver mutations in genes and pathways (https://www.intogen.org/)
  • DisGeNET. A discovery platform integrating information on gene-disease associations (GDAs) from several public data sources and the literature (http://www.disgenet.org/)
  • PsyGeNET. PsyGeNET (Psychiatric disorders Gene association NETwork) is a resource for the exploratory analysis of psychiatric diseases and their associated genes. (http://www.psygenet.org/)
  • Individualized Systems Medicine (ISM) in AML project (https://www.fimm.fi/en/research/grand-challenge-programmes/individualized-systems-medicine-cancer)
  • Target Inhibition Interaction using Maximization and Minimization Averaging (TIMMA) tool (https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/timma/index.html)
  • BioMedBridges (FP7 project): The BioMedBridges consortium brings together the six established ESFRI infrastructures with common goals to define, implement and deliver data interoperability across the biological and biomedical domains (http://www.biomedbridges.eu/)
  • ELIXIR: Preparatory phase project (FP6), now a ratified international infrastructure including a large number of European countries (https://www.elixir-europe.org/)
  • Patient Stratification (Danish Council for Strategic Research): The project combines molecular level disease systems biology data, genotype and biochemical healthcare sector data from individuals, and perform text mining of electronic patient records, biobank questionnaires and registry information.
  • MetaHit (FP7 project): This project is on knowledge of the human genome and of the human metagenome, defined here as the ensemble of the genomes of human-associated microorganisms. The project focuses on the microorganisms of the gut, which are particularly abundant and complex and have an important role for human health and well-being (http://www.metahit.eu/)
  • GenomeDenmark (Danish innovation Fund): Creating of a Danish reference genome by trio sequencing (http://www.genomedenmark.dk/)
  • Infrastructure: UCPH-CPR is partner in the recently acquired Danish life science dedicated supercomputer Computerome currently number 161 on the top500.org list. The infrastructure contains private cloud functionality for handling person sensitive data (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54kPOpf5dIY)
  • DIRECT (IMI project): This project identifies biomarkers that address current bottlenecks in diabetes drug development and aims at developing a stratified medicine approach to treatment of ‘type 2 diabetes’ (T2D) with either existing or novel therapies (http://www.direct-diabetes.org/)