How to contribute?

We are working on a solution to provide you with a form-based interface for the submission of new content.
In the meantime, the submission of content is done as follows:

As a contributor, you just have to grep the LHA Excel Template below and submit it to the LHA team. Whenever you decide to hand in an entity, you can generate respective LHA IDs below. For details on how to fill the Excel, see Guided Tour: Ontology-Based Specification and Import of Content Into the Leipzig Health Atlas.

For each entry, you have to decide if attachments, e.g., data sets with patient data, binaries of programmatic models or images, should be accessible by everyone, or if the access should be restricted to specific user groups (e.g., your research group or institute), determined by a whitelist.

After your submission, expect the following scenarios to occur:

  • People will download and try your provided public attachments.
  • Some of them will have a greater interest and will try to contact you to get more information or to pose questions.
  • A fraction of the interested people will cite you, or even want to start a cooperation.

LHA ID Generator

Specify the number of LHA-IDs to be generated.

Entity List

LHA-ID Title Content type
7RWQGAVHT2-7 Conventional chemotherapy (CHOEP-14) with rituximab or high-dose chemotherapy (MegaCHOEP) with rituximab for young, high-risk patients with aggressive B-cell lymphoma: an open-label, randomised, phase 3 trial (DSHNHL 2002-1). Publication
7Q6RC8A8KP-9 Correlation of the E/E'-ratio to NT-BNP: echocardiographic subanalysis of the LIFE-Adult-Study Publication
7Q6RC60CPU-1 Cost-utility analysis of a preventive home visit program for older adults in Germany. Publication
7Q6RC96F79-0 Could High Mental Demands at Work Offset the Adverse Association Between Social Isolation and Cognitive Functioning? Results of the Population-Based LIFE-Adult-Study. Publication
7Q0CHUQC9A-5 Curation-DB: Curating Scientific Data in LIFE Publication
7RTXY3K56G-3 Data of the NHL-B study Clinical Dataset
7Q0CHUQAW5-7 Data Quality Control and Data Analysis of Body-Scanner Measurement Values in Children and Adolescents Publication
7RWQGAVHHM-9 DENSE-R-CHOP-14 trial data Clinical Dataset
7Q0CHUQCGU-5 Diabetes and hypertension contribute to normal-appearing white matter microstructural variability in the brain Publication
7Q0CHUQ9HG-9 Differential effects of enriched environment at work on cognitive decline in old age. Publication
7Q0CHUQAK2-2 Differential effects of enriched environment at work on cognitive decline in old age
Results of the Leipzig Longitudinal Study of the Aged (LEILA 75+).
7Q6RC8NHUN-4 Differential Risk of Incident Alzheimer's Disease Dementia in Stable Versus Unstable Patterns of Subjective Cognitive Decline. Publication
7Q6RC8PQD0-4 Disentangling the neural correlates of corticobasal syndrome and corticobasal degeneration with systematic and quantitative ALE meta-analyses. Publication
7Q0CTG2NV0-7 Dissecting the genetics of the human transcriptome identifies novel trait-related trans-eQTLs and corroborates the regulatory relevance of non-protein coding loci†. Publication
7Q6RC72U5F-0 Dissociation of amyloid biomarkers in PET and CSF in Alzheimer's disease: a case report. Publication
7Q0CTG2MX1-3 DSHNHL 1999-1 (RICOVER-60 = rituximab plus CHOP in patients over 60) Project
7Q0CR2P3X7-9 DSHNHL 2002-1 (MegaCHOEP Phase III) Project
7QFXD9A4FP-5 Dysregulated signal propagation in a MYC-associated Boolean gene network in B-cell lymphoma. Publication
7Q6RC69FN3-0 Eating Behaviour in the General Population: An Analysis of the Factor Structure of the German Version of the Three-Factor-Eating-Questionnaire (TFEQ) and Its Association with the Body Mass Index. Publication
7Q6RC8ENNG-5 Education as protector against dementia, but what exactly do we mean by education? Publication