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Towards standardization guidelines for in silico approaches in personalized medicine

Publication addressing requirements with respect to the development of data and model standards as well as data integration tasks in research and clinic, including ethical and legal aspects.

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New harmonized Data Access Agreement  (hDAA)

EU-STANDS4PM rolled out a standardized Data Access Agreement  that is fully compatible with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. This new harmonized Data Access Agreement for Controlled Access Data (hDAA) aims at a better harmonization of data across collaborative research projects and improves data governance and flexibility.

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Legal and ethical review of in silico modelling

The development of in silico models for personalised medicine in the EU requires lawful and ethical data integration. The ultimate use of these models will also require the use of information in these automated systems in a fair and transparent way, which respects patients’ rights.

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RDA Guidelines

The Research Data Alliance (RDA) released a set of comprehensive recommendations and guidelines for data sharing under the present COVID-19 circumstances.

Two universes – one world: Community standards vs. formal ISO standards in the life sciences

Webinar on “formal” standardization efforts for data in the life sciences that tries to bridge between community standards and ISO standards. Given by EU-STANDS4PM partner HITS (The Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, speaker: Martin Golebiewski).

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