Demonstrator-Projects starting 2015
Increasingly large quantities of medically relevant data can be systematically recorded and analyzed through modern high-throughput procedures and improvements in bioinformatics. Pilot projects are organized in e:Med module II “Demonstrators for an individualized medicine”, which should document the direct benefit and applicability of data records and mathematical models - developed in basic life sciences research - in individualized medicine.
Eight demonstrator research networks have already taken this approach with great success since 2015. They were funded by the BMBF with a total of 21.1 million EUR.
HaematoOPT (Prof. Dr. Ingo Röder)
HER2Low (Prof. Dr. Stefan Wiemann)
MAPTor-NET (Prof. Dr. Christine Sers)
Melanoma sensitivity (Prof. Dr. Dagmar Kulms)
MitoPD (Prof. Dr. Thomas Gasser)
MMML-Demonstrators (Prof. Dr. Rainer Spang)
SMART (Prof. Dr. med. Titus Kühne)
SYS-GLIO (Prof. Dr. Peter Lichter)
Further information and contact persons can be found at PtJ