Development of an endocrine genomics virtual research environment for Australia: building on success
AuthorSinnott, Richard O.; BRUNS JR, LOREN; Duran, Christopher; Hu, William; JAYAPUTERA, GLENN; STELL, ANTHONY
Source TitleComputational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2013 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
University of Melbourne Author/sBruns Jr, Loren; DURAN, CHRIS; Hu, William; Jayaputera, Glenn; Sinnott, Richard; Stell, Anthony
AffiliationMelbourne eResearch Group
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsSinnott, R. O., Bruns, L., Duran, C., Hu, W., Jayaputera, G., & Stell, A. (2013). Development of an endocrine genomics virtual research environment for Australia: building on success. In, Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2013 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, v.7975, pp.364-379). Berlin: Springer.
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The $47m Australian National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR - www.nectar.org.au) project has recently funded an initiative to establish an Australia-wide endocrine genomics virtual laboratory (endoVL – www.endovl.org.au) covering a range of disorders including type-1, type-2 diabetes, rare diabetes-related disorders, obesity/thyroid disorders, neuroendocrine/adrenal tumours, bone disorders and disorders of sex development. This virtual laboratory will establish a range of targeted databases, clinical registries and support a range of genetically targeted clinical trials leveraging a body of international projects and experiences garnered over many years through a range of EU and MRC funded initiatives. This paper focuses on the plans for endoVL and especially, the systems it leverages in supporting large-scale clinical, collaborative environments.
Keywordsendocrine disorders; virtual research environment; security
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