The GHGA Lecture Series "Advances in Data-Driven Biomedicine" is a monthly virtual event series of scientific talks, presenting 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.
Hans-Ulrich Prokosch from the University Hospital Erlangen will talk about „The German Research Data Portal for Health (FDPG) and its accompanying central services“. Register now!Learn more
Peter Krawitz from the University Bonn will talk about „GestaltMatcher and its data portal - Overcoming the limits of rare disease matching using facial phenotypic descriptors“. Register now!Learn more
Janet Kelso from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology will talk at the GHGA lecture series. Title to be announced. Register now!Learn more
Martin Hirst from the University of British Columbia (UBC) talked about "THe EpiATLAS – a reference for human epigenomic research".Learn more
Peter Robinson from The Jackson Laboratory (JAX), presented "The Phenopacket schema: an open standard for sharing disease and phenotype information". Register now!Learn more
Christoph Schickhardt from the National Center for Tumor Diseases Heidelberg (NTC) will talk about "A standardized broad consent for long-term secondary use of health data and biosamples". Recording available.Learn more
Marina DiStefano (Broad Institute) will present "The Gene Curation Coalition: A Global Effort to Harmonize Gene-Disease Evidence Resources". Recording available.Learn more
Jean-Pierre Hubaux from the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) presented "GDPR-Compliant Federated Learning on Medical Data". Recording available.Learn more
Sergi Beltran Agulló from the Centro Nacional de Análisis Genómico and Centre de Regulació Genòmica (CNAG-CRG) presented "Pan-European data sharing in Solve-RD contributes to diagnose Rare Diseases: can we make an even bigger impact?".Learn more