Grampian Data Safe Haven (DaSH) provides a secure setting for data linkage and data hosting projects. Find out more in the quick start guides on our ToolKit page.
Trusted Research Environment
The Grampian Data Safe Haven (DaSH) is a secure, virtual healthcare data analysis and storage centre. Established by the University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian to allow for the secure processing and linking of health data for the Grampian and Scottish population, when it is not practicable to obtain consent from individual patients.
Use this facility to securely process and link health data.
- Other organisations
Digital Research in action
Explore our case studies to see how working with the Digital Research team can benefit your research
Using our Grampian Data Safe Haven to process unconsented patient data and link datasets within and outside of healthcare is bringing new insights to public health.
Our supercomputing clusters boost the University's capacity for research, for example supporting the Centre for Genome Enabled Biology & Medicine.
Our digital research specialists are experts who work with researchers across the University to provide anything from an advisory email to a multi-month secondment.
This Small Business Research Initiative, a joint venture between clinicians and commercial companies, allows us to develop AI technology to improve the diagnosis of limb fractures.