Better integration and use of health-related real-world and research data, including genomics, for improved clinical outcomes

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Deadline:

April 13, 2023

Project types:

  1. HORIZON-RIA HORIZON Research and Innovation Actions

Project Proposal

TU Dublin has a very successful track-record of engaging in health projects funded through H2020 and Horizon Europe calls. TU Dublin has expertise in AI for health spanning topics such as: data visualization and analysis, natural language processing, machine translation, machine learning, agent-based modelling, and AI ethics. Many of these projects have focused on stroke, however we have also engaged in data science and AI research focus on other diseases, both infectious and non-infectious diseases.

TU Dublin is looking to engage in consortia that are developing proposals targeting the 2023 calls. However, we are particularly interested in the call:

HORIZON-HLTH-2023-TOOL-05-04: Better integration and use of health-related real-world and research data, including genomics, for improved clinical outcomes
Opening: 12 Jan 2023 Deadline(s): 13 Apr 2023
Expected EU contribution per project: 8.00 to 10.00 million
Indicative number of projects expected to be funded: 4

For this call we would consider coordinating proposals and/or partnering with existing consortia.

The call request solutions that lead to improved disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring towards better patient outcomes and well-being. We have expertise in applying AI to support treatment decisions and monitoring across the patient journey, and have a particular interest in modelling risk factors for disease prevention.

The call also requests specifies that the “data integration should be exemplified in several use-cases, i.e. well-justified groups of diseases (excluding cancer), within and/or across medical domains, and pave the way towards improved health outcomes”. We have strong networks of clinical collaborators dealing with stroke, but we would welcome new clinical partners interested in stroke and/or other diseases.

We also have existing networks of technical partners who can contribute to data integration, semantic harmonization, and interoperability, that we can approach if necessary to bring into a consortium. We are, however, interested in working with new partners who expertise in these topics, or partners with other relevant expertise, such as genomics expertise.