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Funded Projects

HiDiH is involved in various national and international consortia. Currently, we are coordinating the BMBF-funded HiGHmed consortium as part of the German Medical Informatics Initiative and the EU Horizon 2020 funded Human Cell Atlas project ESPACE. We have leading roles in the cloud projects de.NBI (BMBF) and EOSC-Life (EU H2020) and are partners in a number of other BMBF-, DFG-, and H2020 funded projects. Please find a selection of our extramurally funded projects below.

Funded Projects

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de.NBI/ELIXIR

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EASI-Genomics

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EOSC-Life

EOSC-Life

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ESPACE

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EUCANcan

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GAIA-X

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HiGHmed

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systembiologie.de Magazin

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