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Creating a culture of shared data

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Published: 14.12.17
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Prof Mark Lawler - Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Ireland

Mark Lawler speaks to ecancer at EAPM 2017 in Belfast.

He explains the importance of sharing data, and how exciting this approach could be for improving healthcare.

Changing attitudes surrounding data should be implemented, and he goes through the process of encouraging this culture.

He describes this as a World Wide Web for genomics, and references the work of Ewan Birney, whose talk you can see here.

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