We are delighted to share with you the fourth and most recent edition of the EUCAN Cluster Newsletter.
The EUCAN cluster is made up of the six projects that were funded under the Horizon 2020 call SC1-BHC-05-2018 (CINECA, EUCANCan, EUCAN-Connect, euCanSHare, iReceptor Plus, ReCoDID).
The March 2022 edition included four articles by members of the EUCANCan consortium:
- EUCANCan: Interview with Mikel Recuero Linares
The EUCANCan communications team caught up with Mikel Recuero Linares, a PhD student and Researcher at the Chair in Law and the Human Genome R.G. at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), to discuss challenges and opportunities associated with being an early-career researcher in an international project such as EUCANCan. Read more »
- EUCANCan: Interview with Anna Pedrola Gómez and Cristina Viaplana
Cristina Viaplana and Anna Pedrola Gómez are both part of the Oncology Data Science Group (ODysSey) at the Vall d’Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO) in Barcelona, Spain, led by Dr Rodrigo Dienstmann. In this interview, they share insights into their work with the Onco Trials Track platform, a public online platform that supports healthcare providers in finding the most suitable clinical trial for cancer patients. Read more »
- EUCANCan enters the final project year: Taking stock and looking forward
EUCANCan entered its final phase of designing and testing different technical and sociological solutions to challenges related with the sharing of genomic and clinical data across different institutions in the context of modern oncology. As part of this effort, the consortium aims at building a pilot-platform that enables transfers of cancer genomic data between the project nodes in Europe and Canada. In this article, the team describes the progress to date and the plans for the upcoming months. Read more »
- A recap of the EUCAN ELSI Webinar on International Data Sharing
On October 29, 2021, the EUCAN ELSI Collaboratory hosted the webinar “International Data Sharing: Fostering Engagement, Transparency and Accountability”, supported by the EUCAN Dissemination and Communication Group. The webinar focused on how fostering stakeholder engagement can improve transparency and accountability in international sharing of health data. Watch the recording »
The fifth edition of the newsletter is scheduled for September 2022. Stay tuned for more updates on the projects in the EUCAN cluster and insights into international health data sharing.
In case you missed the previous edition, published in October 2021, you can view it here.