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The MDTA now includes CoBRA guidelines!

The new version of BBMRI-LPC Material and Data Transfer Agreement can now be found on our pages. In this new version we've also included the section for guidelines if CoBRA (Citation of BioResource in journal Articles) is used! Check it out!

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The 16th International Gene Forum 2016 (June 9-10, Tartu, Estonia)

Gene Forum 2016, June 9-10, 2016

The 16th International Gene Forum 2016 conference in Tartu, Estonia (June 9-10, 2016)

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Summer short course: Fundamentals of Biobanking and Cohort Research (June 20-24, 2016, Groningen, NL)

Summer School Biobanking (20-24 June 2016): Fundamentals of Biobanking and Cohort Research
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Course: Statistical Practice in Epidemiology using R (June 17-22, 2016 Tartu, Estonia)

Town hall of TartuWelcome to the course Statistical Practice in Epidemiology using R organized by the Estonian Genome Center and the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics (University of Tartu) on June 17-22, 2016 in Tartu, Estonia.

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Opinion paper on GDPR debate

In last attempt to influence the final round of the discussion on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Evert-Ben van Veen (MedLawconsult) together with others has written a short opinion paper.

The opinion paper on GDPR debate can be viewed here. Please share with as many as possible.

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SAVE THE DATE: the 4th BBMRI-LPC Forum meeting on 15-16 September, 2016 in Vienna, Austria

The fourth BBMRI-LPC Forum meeting will be organized on 15-16 September, 2016 in Vienna, Austria in conjunction with the Europe Biobank Week. Further information about the BBMRI-LPC Forum 2016 meeting will be published on the project website in early Spring 2016.

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BBMRI-ERIC Breaking News! Safe Harbour and General Data Protection Proposal

BBMRI-ERIC Breaking News presented today two important texts about the regulation about the use of personal data!

 

Read them here!

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Data Saves Lives! Sign the petition now

Sign the petition!

Personal data saves lives. Researchers across Europe use personal data in a safe, secure way to grow our collective understanding of disease. And this understanding benefits us all.

It is vital that personal data use in health research can continue.

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