IMforFUTURE

Innovative training in methods for future data

Partners

The IMforFUTURE network comprises 7 academic and 6 non-academic partners, and all 13 partners will be involved in the teaching programme.  All of the beneficiaries will contribute directly to the research programme by hosting early stage researchers, and in addition two of our partner organisations will be involved in the research programme via multiple secondments.

Beneficiaries

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B1: University of Leeds

Jeanine Houwing-Duistermaat, Project Coordinator
Arief Gusnanto, Deputy Project Coordinator
Jessica Brennan, Project Manager
Department of Statistics, Leeds, UK

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B2: Leiden University Medical Centre

Manfred Wuhrer, Centre for Proteomics and Metabolomics
Leiden, The Netherlands

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B3: King’s College London

Frances Williams
Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology
London, UK

B4: University of Zagreb

Vlatka Zoldoš
Aleksandar Vojta
Epigenetics of Protein Glycosylation
Zagreb, Croatia

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B5: University of Edinburgh

James Wilson
Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics
Edinburgh, UK

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B6: glyXera GmbH

Erdmann Rapp
Magdeburg, Germany

B7: Genos

Frano Vučković
Gordan Lauc
Zagreb, Croatia

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B8: University of Bologna

Gastone Castellani, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Paolo Garagnini, Department of Experimental, Diagnostic and Speciality Medicine (DIMES)
Bologna, Italy

B9: UMC Utrecht

Hae-Won Uh, Department of Biostatistics and Research Support
Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

Partner organisations

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PO1: Roche Diagnostics

Dietmar Reusch
Penzberg, Germany

PO2: PolyOmica

Yurii Aulchenko
Lennart Karssen
The Netherlands

PO3: Edinburgh Research and Innovation Ltd

Edinburgh, UK

PO4: MRDM

Paul Crauwels, Director
The Netherlands