SaxoChiLD has established data management strategies to ensure data acquisition, storage and exchange within and across institutions, guided by quality management and in accordance with data protection regulations.
Interdisciplinary Center for Bioinformatics (Leipzig University)
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics
is an interfaculty research unit of the Leipzig University. It promotes research in selected fields of bioinformatics and systems biology and supports interdisciplinary projects with demands in bioinformatics data analysis and modelling.
Centre for Information Services and High Performance Computing (Technische Universität Dresden)
As a central scientific institution of TU Dresden, the Centre for Information Services and High Performance Computing
(ZIH) is responsible for the communication infrastructure of the University and operates its central IT infrastructure, including services and servers. It is closely linked to national and international scientific institutions as well as to partners from industry.
Else Kröner-Fresenius Center for Digital Health
The Else Kröner-Fresenius Center for Digital Health
is a joint cross-faculty initiative of the Technische Universität Dresden, the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dresden along with several Fraunhofer and Helmholtz institutes on the Dresden campus. It bundles their interdisciplinary expertise to accelerate innovation and digitalization in medicine for the benefit of the patient.
The Medical Informatics Initiative
of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research aims at closing the gap between research. All of Germany’s university hospitals have joined forces with research institutions, businesses, health insurers, and patient organisations to create a framework that harnesses research findings to the direct benefit of patients. Leipzig University is leader of the SMITH
Consortium: Smart Medical Information Technology for Healthcare. Technische Universität Dresden is partner of the MIRACUM
Consortium: Medical Informatics for Research and Care in University Medicine.