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thematic talk on best practices and lessons learnt from (inter)national projects on data management and cross-border data sharing

Thematic talk: Lessons learnt from (inter)national projects on data management and cross-border data sharing

Are you interested in learning about data management on an (inter)national level and about cross-border data sharing? On Monday 29th April the Data Management National Community of Practice is organising their second community call of the year. The theme of the call is data management on a national and international level, as well as cross-border data sharing.

The Data Management Community offers an opportunity to meet, share, and learn about questions and challenges in data management. The community meets on a regular basis in the form of workshops and thematic talks for sharing insights. In other words, the community is the ideal place to foster knowledge sharing and peer-to-peer learning.

Meet the speakers of the event

On the Community Call in April, we will learn lessons from diverse national and international data-driven research projects.

Dr. Davit Chokoshvili, ELSI specialist at the Luxembourg National Data Service (LNDS) presents a talk titled “Enabling cross-boarder data sharing and reuse in large European data-driven research projects. Lessons learned from the European Platform for Neurodegenerative Diseases (ENPD) consortium”.

Dr. Irina Balaur and Dr. Piyapong Khumrin, postdoctoral researchers at the Bioinformatics Core, Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB), University of Luxembourg. Their talk is titled “Data strategy and lessons learnt from the CoVaLux National Programme”.

The speakers will be available to answer your questions related to their learnings on data management and data-sharing.

Where & When is the talk?

The Spring 2024 Call of the Data Management Community is hosted online, on Monday, 29th April 2024, from 14:00 to 15:30.

Who is the event for?

The event is open to members of the Data Management Community. If you are a member of the community you have received an email. On the other hand, if you register as a new member, you will receive an invitation after registering.

Not a member yet? If you work and deal with issues surrounding data management and stewardship in Luxembourg, we welcome you to join the community! Whether you’re a government official, researcher, private sector professional, your challenges and insights matter. The only prerequisite to join is the willingness to engage with data issues in Luxembourg. As a member your ideas are listened to, and you also have the chance to affect the direction the community takes. Being part of the community is free of charge.

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