PathLAKE is delighted to join a growing group of like-minded organisations working together to realise the benefits of using health data for research and innovation.
At its quarterly board meeting, the UK Health Data Reseach Alliance welcomed 13 new members to bring the total number to 59.
They include the PathLAKE (Pathology Image Data Lake for Analytics Knowledge and Education) Centre based at University Hospital Coventry.
PathLAKE is part of a network of five Centres of Excellence in digital pathology and medical imaging and AI.
Dr Deborah Griggs, PathLAKE Programme Manager, said: “We are pleased to be joining the UK Health Data Research Alliance.
“By working with the Alliance, we will be sharing best practice on how health data is made available and shared responsibly with researchers to improve treatments and early diagnosis of disease for patients. “
The UK Health Data Research Alliance is an independent partnership of leading healthcare and research organisations united to establish best practice for the ethical use of health data for research at scale.
By combining expertise and a shared commitment to work collaboratively, the Alliance is helping researchers address the most important health challenges faced in the UK.
David Seymour, Alliance Executive Director, Health Data Research UK, said: “I look forward to working with our new and existing members on our programme of work in the coming months.”
For more information, visit: UK Health Data Research Alliance