põhjamaade Covid-19 andmete kogumise ja töötlemise taristu
The ongoing once-in-a-century pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) is caused by the “severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2” (SARS‐CoV‐2). With the technological advantage over the last decade, we are able to track the virus in near-real time. This is unprecedented and causes new challenges in data management and research infrastructures to enable an exceptional number of individual researchers performing multiple analyses in parallel, using publicly available data. The NeIC PanRI (Pandemic Research Infrastructure) will: ● Facilitate collection and storage of sequence and other human related COVID-19 data ● Facilitate Nordic analysis of Nordic pandemic data using Galaxy and a research e-infrastructure in the Nordics ● Deploy Secure cloud infrastructure for sharing and presentation of pandemic research datasets and results ● Contribute to building the evolutionary tree of viral strains, based on RNA sequences of patient samples infected with coronavirus as they become known and shared. ● Intend to make the viral and host data collected during pandemic findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR) by supporting seamless cross-border access, and adopting data representation standards by existing federated sharing platforms, e.g. EGA. ● Work in close collaboration with other nordic e-Infrastructure projects in addition to EU projects to support the use cases.
|Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg||partner||Saksamaa Liitvabariik|
|National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden||partner||Rootsi Kuningriik|
|Technical University of Denmark||partner||Taani Kuningriik|
|University of Bergen||partner||Norra Kuningriik|
|University of Oslo||partner||Norra Kuningriik|