OpenRiskNet Open e-Infrastructure to Support Data Sharing, Knowledge Integration and in silico Analysis and Modelling in Risk Assessment
OpenRiskNet is a 3-year EU Horizon 2020 project starting on December 1st 2016 that will develop and deploy an integrated, secure, permanent, service driven and sustainable infrastructure for data managing, data sharing, processing, analysis, information mining and modelling as well as workflow development and sharing, visualisation and reporting to serve communities in the areas of toxicology, risk assessment and chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and nanomaterial product development including safe-bydesign aspects at an early stage. This e-infrastructure will support all aspects of risk assessment mentioned above by allowing for the integration of all toxicologyrelated data sources, for the implementation and execution of processing and analysis pipelines.
OpenRiskNet will address the challenges arising from the fragmentation of the data and the insufficient harmonization of user guidance by creating application programming interfaces (APIs) including technical and semantic interoperability layers, containerizing the databases and computational tools, and integrating the microservices into virtual environments (VEs) allowing for deployment of personal and multitenant instances of this flexible, secure and highperformance e-infrastructure.
Tom RW Linssen BSc
Tom Linssen was born on December 14th 1990 in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. In 2011 he started his Bachelor in Bioinformatics at the University of Applie more ...
Prof Jos CS Kleinjans PhD
Prof. Kleinjans studied biology at the Catholic University of Nijmegen and took a training in general biology and further trainings in physiological p more ...
Danyel GJ Jennen PhD
Dr. Danyel Jennen is Assistant Professor in the field of toxicoinformatics at the UM Department of Toxicogenomics and he heads its core unit on toxico more ...
Jumamyrat Bayjanov PhD
Dr. Jumamurat Bayjanov obtained his PhD in 2012 in the field of bioinformatics from Radboud University, the Netherlands. There he developed bioinforma more ...