Tagged: research

DNAdigest interviews

DNAdigest interviews NGS logistics

NGS logistics is the next project featured in our blog interviews. We have interviewed Amin Ardeshirdavani who is a PhD student involved in the creation of this web-based application. Take a look at the interview to...

nih

NIH Policies Improving Data Sharing

Policies put into place by major funding agencies like the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and to a lesser extent by scientific journals, aim to increase the sharing of scientific resources among life science investigators....

ands

Publishing and Sharing Sensitive Data

Some data are born sensitive, some achieve sensitivity, and some have sensitivity thrust upon them! The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) has just released a Guide to Publishing and Sharing Sensitive Data which includes...

duty to share patient Information

The Duty to Share Patient Information

The duty to share information can be as important as the duty to protect patient confidentiality. Vince Kuraitis and Leslie Kelly Hall released a report discussing in depth topics that concern all of us....

hack day

Hack Day August 2014 Summary

This past weekend, our fourth Hack Day brought together some very enthusiastic people along with the DNAdigest team in the Future Business Centre in Cambridge to discuss the development of the Data Discovery Tool...

Survey: Genomic Data Access and Sharing

How do you make genomic data available? Genomic research is progressing more rapidly than ever before, as are the workflow habits and preferences of researchers. The question regarding the sharing of genetic data is the...

Canadian Open Genetics Project (COGR)

Canadian Open Genetics Repository (COGR) is the creation of a unified, open-access, clinical-grade genetic database.   The project is to last three years and is funded by the government of Canada through Genome Canada and the Ontario Genomics...

Tempest

Meet Tempest: Part of the DNAdigest Team

You may already be familiar with Tempest Van Schaik through our crowdfunding campaign but finally we are properly introducing her! Tempest is just completing her PhD in bioengineering at Imperial College London and has joined the DNAdigest team to research...