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Hands on Workshop on data management tools for translational research

TraIT, BBMRI-NL and DTL co-organize a parallel session during the first Partnerships MeetUp organized by Lygature on Tuesday, November 15, in Utrecht

You are kindly invited to join us at the first Partnerships MeetUp, a one-day event that will take place on Tuesday, November 15, in Utrecht.

In the morning TraIT, BBMRI-NL and DTL co-organize a parallel session: a hands on workshop on data management tools for translational research.

This workshop offers a unique opportunity to see these solutions in an informal setting. There are no lengthy classroom lectures. Instead, you will acquire hands-on experience across a broad set of solutions, from Clinical to Imaging to Genomics – including strategies for data integration. Not only will you be able to follow generic tutorials, but you will have the opportunity to process your own data and tackle your own data issues. The sessions will be led by experts in the field.

 

In the afternoon, Lygature, a not-for-profit organization in the Netherlands, organizes a plenary session in which different players from the multi-disciplinary Life Science & Health sector will share their vision on how partnerships can evolve successfully, and what they can contribute to all those who take part. Cooperative partnerships between public organizations, authorities, private enterprises and health organizations play an increasing role in health research innovation.

The meeting will close with networking drinks on the 6th floor of the Beatrix Building, to celebrate the formal opening of the Jaarbeurs Innovation Mile (JIM) – a hub where various life science organizations in the Netherlands, including Lygature and the Parelsnoer Institute, will be based from November onwards.

The Partnerships MeetUp is an excellent opportunity to meet new partners, find new ideas and strengthen your existing relationships.

We welcome you to join us at this event. Visit events.lygature.org for the full program and registration. Participation is free of charge.