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e-Infrastructure for Sensitive biomedical data

Antti Pursula
DescriptionPublic registers, biobanks, health register and research projects collect and store vast amounts of data that has huge potential for advancing scientific research. A prime example is the biomedical research aiming to improve human health. Naturally the data needs to be stored and processed so that integrity and privacy of individuals is secured. This talk introduces a collaboration in ELIXIR Nordic nodes and NeIC, the Tryggve project, that aims to produce means for sharing, combining and processing sensitive biomedical data across Nordic countries.

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