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Workshop Best Practice – Sharing and Publishing of Human (Gen)Omics Data (Berlin)

Termin: Mittwoch, 8. Juni 2016, 12:30 - Donnerstag, 9. Juni 2016, 14:30

Kategorie: TMF-Veranstaltungen



 

Programme details:

Since the 1980s, both funding agencies and biomedical publishers have either recommended or demanded that nucleotide and proteinsequence data be deposited in public databases at, for example,NCBI, EBI or DDBJ.

Making research data publicly available has since been regarded as part of good scientific practice in that it allows for more transparency, reproducibility and sharing of these valuable resources.

In the aftermath of the Human Genome Project (2004), new methodologies such as GWAS and the various Omics technologies, including Next Generation DNA Sequencing, have arisen in biomedical research that generate huge amounts of sensitive data (genotype-phenotype relationship) in a very cost- and time-efficient manner.

At the same time, it has become generally accepted that extensive sharing of these data among researchers will further improve our understanding of the mechanisms of individual disease susceptibility, progression and prognosis.

The workshop jointly organized by TMF and e:Med will highlight the current challenges and best practices of publishing and sharing sensitive patient-related Omics data.

These topics are becoming increasingly relevant, not only to patients and researchers themselves, but also to regulatory bodies, funding agencies, biotech industry and biomedical publishers. 

The following issues will be covered:

  • Data sharing within and beyond scientific research consortia   

  • Publishing Sensitive (Gen)Omics Data and Respectful Sharing

  • State of the Art Open Issues in the e:Med Consortia

There will be room for discussion around problems and challenges in Data Security and Ethics in systems medicine.

The workshop is intended as an information platform as well as for intense exchange on the issues mentioned above.

The workshop will be hosted by TMF in cooperation with e:Med

     

Venue:

TMF Office
Charlottenstraße 42/Dorotheenstraße

10117 Berlin

  1. Directions
  2. Special offer by Deutsche Bahn for your arrival (information in German only)

  

Contact:

Dr. Karin Greulich-Bode
e:Med Managing Office
c/o Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum - DKFZ
Phone: +49 6221 42-4767 | E-Mail 

 
Dr. Roman Siddiqui
TMF Office
Phone: +49 30 - 22 00 24 752 | E-Mail

 

Programme:

  1. Programme (Version 08.06.2016)

 

Registration:

 Please note that attendance will be free of charge, nevertheless registration is mandatory:

  1. Registration form


 
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