Recently, two people have joined the DTL Health Care Data Team:
- Péter Horvatovich (RUG) has joined the team to intensify the contacts to national and international proteomics projects in health care
- Stefan Klein (Erasmus MC) will represent the clinical imaging community and is directly involved in the development of the XNAT software used in TraIT.
The Health Care Data Team keeps an eye on the interactions between the many data intensive health care projects in the Netherlands. With the new additions, the team will be able to cover most of the health care research domains and expand its network.
The DTL Health care data team convenes weekly in web meetings and 3-4 times per year at the DTL office. Notes taken at these meetings are distributed to many interested people.
DTL is setting up similar teams for the other life science sectors.