Blog from Joshua Bauermeister for DPUK, providing an insight into a key job that makes it possible for researchers to compare data across different cohorts in the Data Portal.
Register now for this free one-day conference. Attendees will develop an in-depth knowledge of Data Platform UK’s ground-breaking Data Portal, Clinical Studies Register and multi-centre experimental medicine activity.
Collaborate with fellow data scientists and dementia researchers at a DPUK datathon – 12-14 May 2020 – a free three day event to kick start new dementia studies. Apply by 9am on 3rd April
Blog by Bryan Ng from University of Oxford, for Dementia Platforms UK. Working with patient-specific stem cells comparing experimental outcomes he’s observing with symptoms recorded in the clinics.
Redesigned so it’s now entirely online: dementia researchers can explore real world data on the DPUK portal & learn new skills for free in the DPUK Datathon 2nd to 12th June, Apply Now
A special podcast recording made on location from the Dementias Platform UK (DPUK) datathon at the University of Exeter, we discuss how ‘data’ is being used to push new frontiers in dementia research.
For MRC grants that involve collaborations, almost half (43%) are international. They are running a symposium in Washington D.C to encourage more of this, by joining up UK early career researchers and National Institutes of Health (NIH) researchers working in neurodegeneration. But what’s the international incentive? Three researchers with MRC-NIH Partnership Awards share how they hope to benefit. Dr Chi-Hun Kim,…
Advancing longitudinal data analysis This FREE one-day conference will enable analysts to gain an in-depth understanding of DPUK’s ground-breaking data portal. Attendees will learn from demonstrations, as well as from invited speakers who are applying advanced analytic methods to exploit DPUK cohort data.