The GHGA Lecture Series "Advances in Data-Driven Biomedicine" is a monthly virtual event series of scientific talks, designed to inspire you with the fascinating world of data-driven medicine and their ethical, legal and social implications. We aim also to provide a platform for interactive discussion, so we encourage all participants to actively participate in the Q&A section after the lectures.
Invited guest lecturers are outstanding international researchers from different disciplines across omics data sciences. Selected on excellent academic merit and significant contributions to their respective fields, they actively shape international research agendas.
We invite you to join us monthly on Wednesdays from 16:00 to 17:00 (CET) via Zoom. All lectures are held in English, each lecture is free and open to everyone. Past lectures can be found in our GHGA YouTube Channel.
You can register for the whole lecture series here and never miss #GHGAtalks again!
We are very happy to receive feedback or ideas for further GHGA Lectures. Feel free to contact us using the contact form on this page or on Twitter.
Jean-Pierre Hubaux from the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) will present "GDPR-Compliant Federated Learning on Medical Data". Register now!
Sergi Beltran Agulló from the Centro Nacional de Análisis Genómico and Centre de Regulació Genòmica (CNAG-CRG) will present "Pan-European data sharing in Solve-RD contributes to diagnose Rare Diseases: can we make an even bigger impact?". Register now!
Annette Peters from the Helmholtz Munich and Ludwigs Maximilian University Munich presented "The German National Cohort - Overall study design and OMICS concept".
Barbara Prainsack from the University of Vienna, and King's College London presented "How can data-driven practices in biomedicine contribute to healthy societies? Empirical and healthy conceptual considerations" (recording available).
Adrian Thorogood from the Centre for Systems Biomedicine at the University of Luxembourg presented "Weaving Together Governance and Infrastructure in the EU 1+ Million Genomes Initiative" (recording available).
Paola Quattroni from Health Data Research UK presented "The Health Data Research Innovation Gateway: supporting trustworthy access to health data" (recording available).
Joachim Schulze from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases presented "Swarm Learning, from research to medical use of genomic data" (recording available).