ELIXIR is organised using a 'Hub and Nodes' model, where the Hub's role is to coordinate the work done by the Nodes (see Who we are).
The Hub's role
The ELIXIR Hub:
- accommodates executive management and administrative staff
- has responsibility for developing and delivering ELIXIR's scientific strategy (see ELIXIR Programme) and managing Commissioned Services carried out by Nodes
- coordinates the services run from the ELIXIR Nodes
- coordinates and supports ELIXIR's governance bodies and technical committees
- works with other biomedical science infrastructures to help address the challenges of Big Data together (see Why ELIXIR is needed)
- leads ELIXIR's communications and external relations activities, including support to industry
- supports the institutions within the Nodes
- collaborates with national and European funders and policy-makers.
The ELIXIR Hub is at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Hinxton, Cambridge. It is based next to EMBL-EBI, in a building opened in autumn 2013 (see the news story). The building was funded by the UK government through its commitment as host country.
Travelling to the Hub
See Visiting the Hub for travel and accommodation information.
|Administration and Operations||Susanna Repo|
|External Relations||Andrew Smith|
|Human Genomics and Translational Data||Serena Scollen|
|Legal services||Vera Herkommer|
|Programme and Strategy||Jerry Lanfear|
|Project Management Unit||Juan Arenas|
|Technical Team||Peter Maccallum|