Towards a data sharing Code of Conduct for international genomic research

@inproceedings{Knoppers2011TowardsAD,
  title={Towards a data sharing Code of Conduct for international genomic research},
  author={Bartha Maria Knoppers and Jennifer Ruth Harris and Anne-Marie Tass{\'e} and Isabelle Budin-Lj\osne and Jane Kaye and Mylene Deschenes and Ma'n Zawati},
  booktitle={Genome Medicine},
  year={2011}
}
Data sharing is increasingly regarded as an ethical and scientific imperative that advances knowledge and thereby respects the contributions of the participants. Because of this and the ever-increasing amount of data access requests currently filed around the world, three groups have decided to develop data sharing principles specific to the context of collaborative international genomics research. These groups are: the international Public Population Project in Genomics (P3G), an international… CONTINUE READING

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