The leitmotif of this project is to fill the gap between the rapidly increasing power of DNA sequencing technologies and the current limitations in resolving the inherent complexity of the forthcoming volumes of data...
To bring forward novel ideas relating to computational pan-genomics to design and implement new techniques for constructing, managing and analyzing pan-genomes..
To strengthen the existing collaborations among EU and non-EU groups, while creating new collaborations among the participants both within the EU and beyond its borders..
To improve the scientific excellence and international competitiveness of all participants, and to promote their capability to generate results and tools of wider impact on the market..
Share knowledge and expertise with partner organizations. A key factor is the involvement of partners from non-EU countries such as Japan, Canada, and the US...
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 872539
Training young researchers in the area of computational pangenomics, while laying the computational foundations for personalized medicine
Design and implementation of new techniques for constructing, managing and analyzing pan-genomes.
Open Science and FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) principles are main staples of Pangaia.
A network of computational pangenomics researchers, scholars, trainers, trainees.
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