An advanced open-source digital platform developed by QUT researchers is being used to build a patient registry aimed at improving outcomes and health service provision for children and adults around the world living with the rare disease Angelman syndrome.
A unified voice is needed in Australia to better address the diverse needs of patients living with rare diseases and their families, QUT Professor Matt Bellgard told attendees at the virtual launch this month of a report into awareness and management of rare disease.
A $4 million digital health project involving health services, clinicians and researchers will enable front line medical workers treating COVID-19 patients to use real-time data and analysis to improve health outcomes.
QUT has partnered with Hort Innovation under the Plant Biosecurity Research Initiative (PBRI) to advance the use of next-generation genetic sequencing technologies, giving Australia's horticulture sector a competitive boost through faster access to new plant stock.
An IAC public cloud deployment of JupyterHub for Kubernetes with SAML SSO