Presentation on theme: "IWPLS'09 - International Workshop on Portals for Life Sciences Generation Scotland Data Access Portal Archie Campbell Data Analyst / Programmer Generation."— Presentation transcript:
IWPLS'09 - International Workshop on Portals for Life Sciences Generation Scotland Data Access Portal Archie Campbell Data Analyst / Programmer Generation Scotland University of Edinburgh Dave Liewald Informatics R&D Manager Generation Scotland CCACE Database Manager Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh (IGMM/MMC) University of Dundee (Health Informatics Centre) University of Glasgow (Robertson Centre) University of Aberdeen (Foresterhill Health Centre) NHS Scotland (Information Services Division) Not forgetting… Who is Generation Scotland? 17,322+ volunteers
Generation Scotland aims to: Recruit a prospective, intensively phenotyped family based cohort and associated control sample sets Identify genetic contributions to complex disease & related quantitative traits Apply genomics, bioinformatics and systems biology to public health for the diagnosis, prognosis & prevention of ill health Act as a platform for translational research, rational drug discovery & clinical trials What does Generation Scotland do? Generation Scotland aims to create more effective treatments based on gene knowledge.
GS Data Access Portal: Constraints Money Time Ability Project Structure
GS Data Access Portal: Technology Web server – MS Windows Server 2003 Web front end – Joomla CMS template Application layer - Borland Delphi (Intraweb) Back end database - MySQL
GS Data Access Portal: Overview Data Viewers Documentation Collaboration Proposals
GS Data Access Portal: Acknowledgements Generation Scotland: Robin Morton Pamela Linksted Shona Kerr Lynne Hope Prof. David Porteous CCACE: Dave Liewald Prof. Ian Deary Any Questions? NeSC Edinburgh