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​Welcome to the Department for Medical Data Sciences at the University Medical Center in Leipzig. We are an interdisciplinary team focusing on medical data sciences in order to increase the value for the patients. In this way, we are mainly working with medical data. Our focus is twofold. On the one hand, we are working on different facets of computing infrastructures allowing us to prepare and analyze medical data, such as for distributed computing. Secondly, we focus on the analysis of medical ...

Projects: Synthetica: generation and evaluation of synthetic data, Prediction model of Length of Stay and probability of rehospitalization, LEUKO-EXPERT

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Within the framework of the funding measure "i:DSem - Integrative Data Semantics in Systems Medicine", the Federal Ministry of Education and Research supports research projects that take up this approach. Interdisciplinary research projects are to create the basis so that in the future, for example, the attending physician will have application-oriented computer programmes at his or her disposal that will enable him or her to access all clinically relevant data. This should significantly support ...

Projects: LHA - Leipzig Health Atlas

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In the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI), valuable data from science and research are systematically accessed, networked and made usable in a sustainable and qualitative manner for the entire German science system. Up to now, they have mostly been available on a decentralised, project-related or temporary basis. The NFDI aims to create a permanent digital repository of knowledge as an indispensable prerequisite for new research questions, findings and innovations. Relevant data ...

Projects: NFDI4Health, Task Force COVID-19 Leipzig, NFDI4Health - TA3 Services, Clinical Trials Leipzig

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