Response to recommendations on digitization in health research

The life sciences NFDI consortia NFDI4Health, NFDI4Microbiota and GHGA welcome the recommendations of the German Science and Humanities Council (Wissenschaftsrat) on digitization and data use for health research and care and have drafted a joint response (German only).

GHGA opens dialogue with patients

In early July, GHGA met with patients to understand their perspective on GHGA governance, particularly in terms of genomic data sharing. Based on these discussions a concrete strategy for patient participation will be developed.

GHGA Team Retreat

The last week in July, the GHGA Team gathered in Lobbach to spend three days full of strategic planning and team building activities.

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EuroBioC2022 - European Bioconductor Conference in Heidelberg

14-16 Sep 2022

GHGA is co-organising EuroBioC2022. EuroBioC is the European Conference for Bioconductor, an open-source community and a non-profit organization that develops some of the most widely used data analysis tools in bioinformatics.

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GHGA Lecture Series: William Rayner (virtual)

26 September 2022

William Rayner (Helmholtz Munich) will talk about “Genomic federated data analyses” on the 26. September 2022, 16:00 CET.

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GHGA Annual Meeting 2022

10 - 11 Oct 2022

Save the Date - we are pleased to announce that the next internal GHGA Annual Meeting will take place 10-11 October 2022, in Tübingen.

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Who we are

GHGA is tightly embedded and connected to national and international infrastructures and initiatives. It will be operated as a German national node of the federated European Genome-Phenome Archive (EGA).

GHGA is funded as part of the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI e.V.) via the DFG

With 46 Participants from 21 institutions, GHGA is organised in six data hubs across Germany combining leading institutions in genomic medicine, major omics data producers (including four DFG Sequencing Centers) and HPC centers committed to provide scalable infrastructure.

To ensure smooth working, seven workstreams were formed.

 

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