Our data research includes improving the use of standards for global health data and applying FAIR guidelines to global health.
Project Tycho is based at the University of Pittsburgh and partners with the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Carnegie Mellon University.
We use large-scale data to study transmission patterns of infectious diseases, the impact of vaccination programs, and climate drivers of disease patterns in countries around the world.
We help institutes and researchers to make valuable global health data available to others, contributing to open and reproducible science.
We re-represent global health datasets into a standardized format, so that datasets can be reused and connected to other data or software.