Throughout my career I have analysed hundreds and hundreds of omics data of important humain pathogens like Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Neisseria meningitidis and Yersinia pestis. I have decided to start building new databases that ultimately will integrate all availble information about a particular genome, a particular gene or a particular genetic variation.
This database still under construction and will include modern genomes as well as ancient genomes from the Bronze Age to the second plague pandemic.
I am currently in charge of redesining the salmon genome database (salmobase.org). I am adding new features to the database and most importantly trying to combine different data sources to ensure a better visualisation experience that will ultimately help undestanding the correlation between phenotype and genotype. salmobase is part of ELIXIR-NORWAY.