Recurrent inversion polymorphisms in humans

Inversions in the human genome form more commonly than previously thought, impacting our understanding of genetic stability and diseases.

New GHGA podcast episode

How does genome research actually work and how do you figure out which letters (of the DNA bases) lead to which body function? Find out more in this new podcast episode! (The podcast is only available in German.)

Clinical implementation of RNA sequencing in rare genetic disorders

A new study introduces a workflow with the clinical implementation of RNA sequencing in conjunction with DNA sequencing to diagnose patients with rare genetic disorders.

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GHGA Lecture Series: Barbara Prainsack (virtual)

23 May 2022

Barbara Prainsack (University of Vienna) will talk about “How can data-driven practices in biomedicine contribute to healthy societies? Empirical and healthy conceptual considerations” on the 23. May 2022, 16:00 CET.

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Workshop: FAIR in (biological) practice

30 May - 02 Jun 2022

This virtual hands-on workshop is co-organised together with EMBL Bio-IT and will teach the FAIR principles, what this means in practice and how they can be integrated in the daily workflows

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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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