The working groups were formed during the Project MinE (PM) Science meeting, at Schiphol March 27th 2017. Each working group has been formulated around a particular subject and collaborates with its team on specific objectives. The chair is the leading the activities as appointed within and by the working group. The working group reports back through its chair to the General Assembly quarterly.
For a better understanding of the disease a thorough phenotype genotype analysis is needed. This working group will harmonize SOP’s.Details
Working group 2 will provide a standardized means of performing quality control and analyses for project MinE.Details
The interest of this working group are epigenetic processes that regulate gene expression via modifications to DNA, histone proteins, and […]Details
The data infrastructure working group deals with issues as data storage, data access and reproducibility.Details
The aim of this working group is to discover large genetic changes, like repeat expansions, CNVs and SVs from WGS […]Details
This working group aims to determine the non-coding genomic variation by focussing on burden analysis on coding genes and associated […]Details
The overall aim of this working group is to diversify genetic research in ALS to include diverse, multi-ethnic populations to […]Details