12 of 12 case studies
Research Data as a Service for Sydney Children’s Hospital Network (SCHN) Molecular Genetics
Healthier Eating and Obesity
Professor Clare Collins (pictured) and Dr Megan Rollo are committed to finding nutrition research solutions to tackle Australia’s poor eating habits and the obesity epidemic,...
Field Acquired Information Management Systems
Researchers sometimes travel to remote locations to capture their data and they need easy to use applications to capture the data consistently. Intersect...
Simulating Pest and Pathogen Spread
Biosecurity managers and scientists need to model and run wind-borne pest or pathogen dispersal scenarios to assess the risks associated with infestation or...
Modelling Evolutionary Biology
High performance computing (HPC) is increasingly critical to evolutionary biology research. Biologists at University of Sydney are intensive users of the HPC services...
Emotion Detection and Artificial Intelligence
Having flexible high performance computing (HPC) architecture that is connected and collocated with data storage is a critical service combination that enables the...
The work at the Ramaciotti Centre at UNSW involves a very wide network of collaborators and Intersect's high performance computing (HPC) facilities underpin...
Tracking Medical Records
The Australian Institute for Health Innovation conducts research into health care received by Australians through CareTrack Australia. In 2015, Intersect expanded the functions...
Medical Data Collaboration
Intersect leads the national med.data.edu.au project to build the necessary Australian shared infrastructure for collaborative, associated data services and operational guidelines to underpin...
Cancer Biobanking Network
Biobanks collect and store human tissue samples and biopsies for use in subsequent research projects. Intersect was commissioned to review the IT systems...
Clinical Assessment and Schizophrenia
The Australian Schizophrenia Research Bank (ASRB) enables health professionals to assess study participants’ wellbeing in situ and later on upload that information to...