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Indoc builds medical
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Advanced medical research requires secure platforms to manage, integrate and analyze complex data from diverse sources. 

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Few organizations have the resources required to build a comprehensive research data platform from the ground up. As a result, the needs of the research community often remain unmet. 


Indoc offers an alternative solution.


Our open source systems, standards, and policies are reusable. This allows collaborators to focus efforts on their specific requirements rather than building entire platforms from the ground up. 


The more collaborators who participate, the more cost effective and interoperable the underlying architecture becomes for everyone. And this allows data to be aggregated and shared across research programs with unprecedented ease.


We’re not just building data platforms. 

We’re building a community of data platforms. 


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Apr 1, 2020

Charité Universitätsmedizin selects Indoc to deploy the Virtual Research Environment

The Virtual Research Environment (VRE) will provide Charité researchers and collaborators with a secure, GDPR-ready data platform for the storage, analysis and sharing of sensitive data across multiple research use cases. Indoc will deploy a customized instance of its Pilot technology with full integration with Charite IT infrastructure, high performance computing resources, and governance requirements. Learn more


Apr 30, 2020

Indoc joins a consortium led by Charité Universitätsmedizin to develop The Virtual Brain Cloud

Indoc joins the consortium to lead the technical coordination of the Virtual Brain Cloud, a neuroscience data platform aimed at personalized prevention and treatment of dementia, by integrating data from large cohorts of patients and healthy controls through multi-scale brain simulation. Learn more


Jun 1, 2021

Indoc to continue development of the Charité Virtual Research Environment

Building on the initial deployment phase of the Virtual Research Environment (VRE), Indoc will extend the capabilities of the VRE with new features including integration with imaging and clinical data sources, further support for the FAIR data principles including BIDS and openMINDS standards and knowledge graph integration, and enhanced data protection measures. Learn more


Jul 7, 2021

Indoc launches Indoc Research Europe gGmbH

Led by Managing Director Stephane Pollentier, Indoc Research Europe will manage operations outside of North America including partnerships with Charité Universitätsmedizin in Germany. Learn more


Nov 2, 2021

Indoc partners with the Human Brain Project to build the EBRAINS HealthDataCloud

The EBRAINS research infrastructure will add a new service for sensitive medical brain data for the scientific community – the EBRAINS HealthDataCloud. A multinational team of academic and industrial partners in the Human Brain Project, including Indoc Research and its European subsidiary, is developing the privacy compliant service over the next two years. The project is coordinated by Charité Universitätsmedizin. Read more


Nov 10, 2021

GA4GH: International policies and standards for data sharing across genomic research and healthcare

The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH) aims to accelerate biomedical advances by enabling the responsible sharing of clinical and genomic data through both harmonized data aggregation and federated approaches. The decreasing cost of genomic sequencing (along with other genome-wide molecular assays) and increasing evidence of its clinical utility will soon drive the generation of sequence data from tens of millions of humans, with increasing levels of diversity. Read more


Jun 10, 2022

Indoc and members of the eBRAIN-Health consortium awarded funding by Horizon Europe

The project aims to develop a decentralized, data protection-compliant research platform capable of simulating some of the brain’s complex neurobiological phenomena. Indoc and its European subsidiary are leading the development and technical coordination for this data platform which will allow researchers to collate an array of different types of information, including data from PET and MRI scans, EEG tests, behavioral studies and lifestyle surveys, as well as clinical data from thousands of patients and healthy controls. Read more


Oct 15, 2022

Indoc introduces its flagship data management platform at the 35th ECNP Congress and ECCB 2022

Indoc presents Pilot, its scalable and customizable platform which enables secure collection, integration, analysis, and sharing of data at:

  1. 2022 European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress - see poster

  2. 21st European Conference on Computational Biology - see poster

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