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The RICORDO project [overview] is focused on the study and design of a multiscale ontological framework in support of the Virtual Physiological Human community to improve the interoperability amongst its Data and Modelling resources. To this end, it aims to build directly upon the shared experiences and published recommendations emerging from the VPH Network of Excellence and ELIXIR initiatives.

RICORDO draws together a number of key databases at the UK-based European Bioinformatics Institute (ArrayExpress, Reactome, BioModels, EnsEMBL, UniProt, ChEBI) along with tools, methods and significant input from:

RICORDO Participants

Institution

Key contact

European Molecular Biology Laboratory – European Bioinformatics Institute

Bernard de Bono

University of Auckland

Peter Hunter

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Alex Frangi

University of Washington

Dan Cook

Medical Research Council

(1-Feb-2010 to 30-Sep-2011)

Richard Baldock

Denmark Technical University

Ramneek Gupta

University of Cambridge

George Gkoutos

Heriot-Watt University

Albert Burger

The University of Edinburgh

(1-Oct-2011 to 30-Sep-2012)

Richard Baldock