The IPCN will conduct and enable fast, efficient, high-quality research by generating and leveraging harmonised data from integrated studies from around the world. With industry and government partnerships and utilising standardised high quality methods, technologies and training, the IPCN enables affordable, timely and relevant research for individual and global healthcare problems.
The IPCN aims to establish a harmonised and validated scientific approach, so that we can collectively improve global health in specific areas of disease and microbiome-related research.
IPCN research will measure an individual’s health status that enables disease stratification and the development of new medicines via metabolic phenotyping. This uniquely comprehensive analysis of biological fluids or tissue samples can be used for predicting, preventing and treating disease.
Information about IPCN projects, studies and partnerships will be posted here as it becomes available.