My name is Søren Ryge, I work at University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, or more specific at Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research (CPR).
The Center comprises a wide range of expertise and skills within its research programs spanning disease systems biology, proteomics, high throughput protein production and characterisation, chemical biology, disease biology, and protein therapeutics.
The centre contributes to the progress of translational research within medicine and provides fundamental insights which can be used to promote drug discovery and development.
We have decided to use the OMOP CDM in our research and I have been given the task of setting up our database to handle the very big datasets we do research on.
I have worked with databases, primarily Oracle, for the last almost 30 years, but here we're working with PostgreSQL, and apparently there're still more to learn.
In my spare time, I play music, read books and try to have as comfortably a life as possible.
I can be found on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/s%C3%B8ren-ryge-1173654/)