Personalized Health Basel (PHB) aims to develop and promote Personalized Health for the benefit of patients, research and society.
By harmonizing existing processes, building new information technology (IT) and biobanking infrastructures, and by forming national and international research collaborations we will consolidate the Basel area as a hub of research excellence and a place where people benefit from personalized healthcare.
Our activities are closely coordinated with our partners in Zurich within the Personalized Health Alliance Zurich-Basel. Our goal is to participate in initiatives of the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN).
Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN) application forms and templates for supporting documents can be downloaded from the SPHN website.
Forms and templates for the complementary ETH SFA Personalized Health and Related Technologies call for proposals can be downloaded from the PHRT website
Instructions for submitting applications to the second call for joint projects between ETHZ D-BSSE and the University of Basel are available on the D-BSSE website
The SPHN National Steering Board decides at the meeting of Nov. 2 2017 which submitted projects will be supported. For combined SPHN/PHRT projects the selection will be coordinated with PHRT.
The results of the evaluation are expected to be communicated in mid November 2017.
2-day conference at the Basel Conference Center on “Personalized Health from a Public-Health perspective”.
Information and registration on the conference website
Save the date! Full day event in Basel, to meet and discuss about Personalized Health research in the Zurich-Basel cluster, within and beyond the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN). Keep checking back for information on the program.
NEXUS Personalized Health Technologies and the Competence Center Personalized Medicine UZH/ETH (part of the PH Alliance Zurich-Basel) are looking forward to welcoming researchers, clinicians and scientists from university, industry and the public sector who are interested in the latest progress of personalized health technologies, translational research and development.
For more information visit the conference website
A flourishing research hub needs adequate infrastructure at its foundation. PHB has defined four areas to be further developed: Clincal Data Warehouse, Biobanking, Clinical Bioinformatics, and Ethical – Legal – Societal Implications (ELSI). To ensure the infrastructure follows the needs of the science, the three research focus areas "Oncology", "Immunology", and "Infectious Diseases" will run first projects on the new platform. At the same time we work on interoperability in the same infrastructure and research focus areas with our partners of the PH-Alliance Zurich-Basel. For nation-wide data sharing and research we participate in the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN).
Prof. Radek Skoda
Prof. Mirjam Christ-Crain
Prof. Christiane Pauli-Magnus
Prof. Urs Frey
Personalized Health Manager:
Coordinator PHB Research Clusters:
Dr. Thomas Geiger
Dr. Cristina Golfieri
Head Department of Clinical Research
Head Department of Clinical Research / Head Clinical Trial Unit
Clinical Director University Children’s Hospital Basel
Personalized Health Manager
Coordinator PHB Research Clusters
Personalized Health Manager