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KORA / Kooperative Gesundheitsforschung in der Region Augsburg

Provides recent as well as existing studies with their respective data and biosamples. KORA is a research platform that serves as a basis for population-based epidemiological studies on different topics like diabetes, cardio-vascular and lung diseases. This resource also provides KORA-gen, an open resource for external researchers. It offers access to information about available population controls for genetic studies as well as provision of DNA samples, genotypic and phenotypic data. As a consequence, this integrated database includes information from more than 20 000 participants which belong to one or more of over 15 studies.

DATA / Dynamic Assessment Treatment Algorithm

Translates person-specific dynamic assessment data into a targeted, modularized treatment plan. DATA permits researchers to identify potential points of strength or weakness under controlled conditions. It can build personalized interventions in psychological science, and one that could be shown to be incorrect. The tool is able to quantify the incremental contributions of every input item to the overall pathology and generate a set of item scores.

PIPER Child HBM / Position and Personalize Advanced Human Body Models for Injury Prediction Child Human Body Model

Allows users to perform a series of child accident reconstruction. PIPER Child HBM is an approach combining two methods: (1) the PIPER tool and (2) the PIPER scalable HBM. It enables users to realize computer simulations with human body models (HBMs) of different ages and in different positions. It assists users in the prediction of the injury severity and location for the reconstructions.

SEER / Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results

Gathers data about cancer incidence and survival collected all around the United States of America between 1973 and 2014. SEEM is an annually updated database that provides information about the population displayed by various characteristics such as age or year of diagnosis accompanied by features like primary tumor site and first course of treatment. The registries can be downloaded by requesting a signed SEER Research Data Agreement form.

BCoDE / Burden of Communicable Disease in Europe toolkit

Summarizes the impact of communicable disease in the European Union and European Economic Area Member States. The BCoDE toolkit is a user-friendly software for estimating the burden of communicable diseases. The toolkit facilitates communication between data analysts and users through multiple visualization options, ultimately fostering its value in health policy communication. It computes disease-specific results displayed as Disability-Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) calculated for the selected set of disease models, and based on the incidence values entered by the user. The BCoDE toolkit implements a very generic calculation engine that is not restricted to any specific disease model.

The Ark

Allows researchers to manage health and medical research data for humans and animals without specialized database skills or programming expertise. The Ark provides data management for core research information including demographic, phenotype, biospecimen and pedigree data, in addition to supporting typical investigator requirements such as tracking participant consent and correspondence, whilst also being able to generate custom data exports and reports. The Ark is study generic by design and highly configurable via its web interface, allowing researchers to tailor the system to the specific data management requirements of their study.

DDSM / Digital Database for Screening Mammography

Delivers a collection of mammography exams. DDSM contains digitized film-screen mammograms with associated ground truth and other information. It can serve to evaluate and compare the performance of computer-aided detection (CAD) algorithms. This database allows users to recognize cases that match given criteria such as normal/cancer/benign, American College of Radiology (ACR) breast density rating and ACR abnormality keyword description.

ANZOD / Australia and New Zealand Organ Donation Registry

Continues to record and report on organ donation within Australia and New Zealand. ANZOD relates to deceased solid-organ donors, but is similar—description of activity levels and characteristics of solid-organ donors at a national, state and hospital level. It collects data from organ donor coordinators, who report a range of data about organ donors. This includes demographics (age, gender, ethnicity), and a variety of comorbidities and information about function of key organs.