David Rubio y David Pérez del Grupo de Informática Biomédica presentaron su trabajo sobre el uso de LOINC en TriNetX, la red global de datos de investigación clínica – «Mapping …
GIB has created variety of tools and applications to map clinical and genetic concepts. We develop new methods for database integration.
GIB is involved in several projects which provide advanced research methods in order to develop tools to guide diagnoses and therapies.
GIB develops innovative Big Data methodologies by providing integration and interoperability among data.
We have been active in accessing and extracting knowledge from unstructured sources, and from the biomedical literature in PubMed.
GIB has used ontologies in many topics such as: ontology-based data integration, data cleaning and mining, clinical-genomic trials, etc.
GIB created an original method for automatically detecting and extracting infectious disease-related primer and probe sequences from scientific papers.
Using morphological techniques, the GIB have been investigating interpolation methods in ways that preserve and impose restrictions.
GIB has developed high-throughput techniques that have led to personalized medicine opportunities such as personalized diagnoses, therapies and drugs.