Big Data

For Better Hearts

BigData@Heart

Upcoming Events

BigData@Heart in the time of COVID” webinar on November 24th, 202014.30h – 15.30h CET

Chair and Lead: 

  • Prof Dr Folkert W. Asselbergs

Professor of Cardiovascular Genetics, Consultant Cardiologist at the University Medical Center Utrecht, Professor of Precision medicine at the University College London

COVID calculator: 

  • Dr Amitava Banerjee

Associate Professor in Clinical Data Science and Honorary Consultant Cardiologist at the University College London Hospitals and Barts Health NHS Trusts

COVID Red: 

  • Prof Dr Diederick E. Grobbee

Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at the University Medical Center Utrecht

  • Dr Maureen Cronin

Former Head of Global Medical Affairs at Vifor Pharma

AHA registry: 

  • Prof Dr James de Lemos

Professor of Internal Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center

BigData@Heart Consortium Meeting

10th November 2020

 

BigData@Heart In-Person Stakeholder Meeting

26 October 2020 (10:30-16:00 CET)

BigData@Heart Consortium Meeting on November 10th, 2020

 

The main objective of the meeting, which will take place on November 10th at Servier in Paris, is to update on the progress of the project, discuss upcoming milestones and define a roadmap for the remaining project period. The meeting agenda includes case study findings and WP updates sessions.

BigData@Heart Virtual Stakeholder Meeting

 

The BigData@Heart stakeholder meeting will gather together regulators, journal editors, representatives from industry, payers, funders, patients and cardiology professionals within the ESC to guide future research and clinical decision support by raising awareness of current limitations and providing a framework for best practice approaches.

The meeting, which will take place on October 26th 2020 at the European Society of Cardiology in Brussels, will include break-out sessions to generate a ‘minimum requirements’ checklist for analysis and publication of coded data outcomes (e.g. similar to the CONSORT or SPIRIT approach), and a white paper on agreed definitions.