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A secure, open-source digital portal promoting knowledge exchange and enhancement

Twins provide a unique resource for genetic research. The Dutch Twin Registry contributes to scientific research into twins, with the aim of investigating the contribution of genetic predisposition to growth, development, personality, disease and risk factors for certain disorders.


Since the foundation in 1987, data from participants who were willing to collaborate on scientific research have been kept up to date. By completing questionnaires, they make an important contribution to scientific and medical research into the development of behavior and health in children and young people. 

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Liferay

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Healthcare

A secure communication platform

Worth was tasked by the Twin Registry to create an online community portal with secure means of communicating and exchanging information with Biobank's donors. For the portal, the Twin Registry established the following objectives:

  • Let donors administer their own personal data

  • Publish new questionnaires to donors to complete.

  • Automate the publication of personalised reports to the donors while keeping privacy in tact.

  • Create a central, online, secure portal to communicate with the donors of the Biobank.

"We built the platform for multiple user groups. The system contains different forms for each user group."

Ernout van der Waard, Founder Worth Systems

Tailor-made platform for donors

The solution Worth built is a customised portal, containing data from 80,000 individuals collected over 25 years and complies with government digital strategy guidelines. The portal allows donors to manage their data and researchers from different institutions to collaborate in its collection and analysis. Its user community is large (over 200,000 users at peak loads), and with a robust backend, the portal has a secure means of exchanging sensitive information.

"The site of the MYNTR looks beautiful. I really like this personal portal and I think it's great to be able to view research results."

User of the portal

Advancing genetic research with a digital platform

Integrates with backend systems of the Dutch Twin Registry and accommodates a peak load of 200,000 users.

A customised, central and secure open-source community portal for the Dutch Twin Registry.

Customised to include questionnaires and reports and ensured alignment with the Biobank's processes.

Built for multiple user groups, the portal system contains different forms for each client group.

Customised and integrated