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e:Med has the objective of establishing systems medicine in Germany. e:Med promotes system-oriented research into diseases in order to facilitate improved prevention, more comprehensive diagnostics and individually adjusted therapy schemes in individualized medicine. The program brings together scientists with molecular-genetic, clinical, mathematical and information technology expertise, with the objective of ensuring that research results quickly benefit patients.

Programme: Default Programme

Public web page: https://www.sys-med.de/en/

No description specified

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: Not specified

The central objective of HaematoOpt project is to demonstrate that recently developed dynamic mathematical models of normal and leukemic hematopoiesis can be used to practically impact clinical decision- making

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: https://haematoopt.de/

In the interdisciplinary consortium HaematoSys partners from leading clinical haematooncological study groups, pathologists, geneticists, cell biologists as well as mathematicians, statisticians and bioinformaticians have joined forces.

Programme: NHL

Public web page: https://www.haematosys.de

CAPSyS is an interdisciplinary research network that investigates the causes and course of severe pneumonia. The network works in five subprojects at seven locations throughout Germany. CAPSyS is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) with 3.8 million euros.

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: https://www.capsys.imise.uni-leipzig.de

Start date: 1st Jan 2014

End date: 1st Jan 2019

No description specified

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: Not specified

Start date: 1st Jan 2017

Analysis of the humoral response against HLA alloantigens is performed using museal methods. With the use of AI we aim to predict deleterious antibody production avoiding allograft deterioration and graft loss.

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: Not specified

Start date: 1st Mar 2021

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