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Projects designed to improve the quality of life for humans and animals are underway.

The following projects are built inside the 1Data environment:

Investigating Drug Adverse Effect on Diabetes

This project aims at learning research questions about the specific adverse effect of combination drugs on breast cancer and type-2 diabetes since drugs and adverse effects are lumped together in the database.

Analysis of Medical Care Data Base to Identify Comorbidity Patterns

The primary goal of this study is to analyze and obtain insight into comorbidity or the coexistence of several diseases in patients using clinical data.


Creation of 1Data Ontology Fostering Data Sharing in Human and Animal Health Analytics

This project is developing a computational concept to advance translational medicine approaches for human and animal health.


Improving Rare and Orphan Disease Diagnostic Time and Enabling Therapy Development

This project involves orphan diseases, which are rare diseases that affect fewer than 200,000 people nationwide. Researchers are looking at approved therapies for these diseases and testing them against models generated on the 1Data platform.


Assessing and Extending the Utility of Wearable Device Data for Service Animal Efficacy for U.S. Military Veterans with PTSD

This project uses health data collected by wearable devices on veterans with PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, and their service animals. The goal is to find how frequently and effectively the service animals were at interventions.