The Swiss Personalized Health Network.
SPHN Data Coordination Center & SPHN Executive Board
SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics & Biozentrum Universität Basel
https://sphn.ch - https://dcc.sib.swiss
Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN)
The main goal of the SPHN initiative is to bring Switzerland at the forefront of
personalized health research by establishing nationwide interoperability of
biomedical information. Data sharing must be the guiding principle.
Driver projects – Call 2017
Swiss Frailty Network and Repository. Heike Bischoff-Ferrari (USZ, Inselspital, Felix Platter Spital, CHUV,
Population-wide screens of the human immune repertoire: a reverse personalized-medicine
approach. Adriano Aguzzi (USZ, UZH, ETHZ, PSI, UniBS, SIB)
Swiss Molecular Pathology Breakthrough Platform (SOCIBP). Mark Rubin (Inselspital, UniBE, ETHZ,
HUG, CHUV, USZ)
Swiss Personalized Oncology Driver (SPOD)*. Olivier Michiélin (CHUV, HUG, Inselspital, UniGE, EPFL-
SDCD, HES-SO, SAKK)
Multidisciplinary Multicentre Molecular and Cellular Cancer Consortium (M3C3.CH)*. Mohamed
Bentires-Alj (USB, UniBS, USZ, UZH, ETHZ, UniGE, IOR, SIB, Kantonsspital Aarau, Kantonsspital
Winterthur, Stadtspital Triemli, Kantonsspital St. Gallen, SICHH, IOR)
* Projects merged
PRECISE: Identification of biomarkers and therapeutic targets in inflammatory disease
immunotherapy by high-dimensional single cell analysis and cluster proteomics. Manfred Claassen
(ETHZ, CHUV, Inselspital, USB, USZ, UZH)
PSSS: Personalized Swiss Sepsis Study: Detection and modelling of sepsis using machine learning to
analyse continuous ICU monitoring, laboratory, microbiology, and -omics data for personalized sepsis
management. Adrian Egli (UniBS, USB, USZ, CHUV, HUG, ETHZ, Inselspital, UniBE)
National Coordination of Standards.
SPHN Data Coordination Center
The SPHN Data Coordination Center managed
by the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is
headquartered in Basel.
The task of DCC is to establish interoperability
of biomedical and clinical data to enable
research in personalized health in Switzerland.