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The Patient Charter

Genome sequencing: What do patients think?

Guest post by Alice Hazelton from the Genetic Alliance UK Genomic information has the potential to transform healthcare. Researchers are continually learning more about the genome and the genetic basis of disease and as the...

Centre for Open Science

The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology

The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology has continued to make steady progress over the last few months.Since December, they have published four new Registered Reports with eLife, and one more has been accepted and on the way.Now that these protocols...

precision medicine

Data Sharing Needs to Happen

President Barack Obama used some of his State of the Union oratory to lay out a grand vision for “precision medicine” and announce an initiative to realize it.  I want the country that eliminated...

Human Variome Project

Human Variome Project signs MoU with WHO

Earlier this month, Human Variome Project International Ltd signed a formal Memorandum of Understanding with WHO setting out their formal relationship. At the heart of this agreement lays their collaboration in achieving WHO’s goal: to provide the leadership...

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Aridhia Data Challenge Day

With the new year we found out about arecent NHS data sharing event organised by Aridhia, UCL Partners, WELC Care Collaborative and the Farr Institute. Aridhia’s data science platform and data safe haven underpinned the event allowing teams...

hack day

Set the agenda for DNAdigest Next Event

At DNAdigest we are always contemplating how to promote best practices in genomic data sharing and where possible we will do so by planning exciting and interesting events – and you are invited! For...