Newsletter

New Addition to the CNRS TEAM to support EOSC4Cancer

CNRS, the French National Center for Scientific Research, has announced the addition of highly skilled biomedical data scientist Majd Abdallah to their team. Abdallah, who holds a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Bordeaux, will be contributing his expertise to the EOSC4Cancer project. Abdallah’s background in biophysics and medical image processing, combined with his […]

EOSC4Cancer gives interview for EOSC Macro-Roadmap

Macro-Roadmap for the outcomes of the Horizon Europe INFRAEOSC projects In an interview conducted on 21st April, Salvador Capella and Alfonso Valencia from Barcelona Supercomputing Center, along with Veli Stroetmann and Carola Schutz from Empirica, shared their insights on their project’s results and their contribution to EOSC from an executive, communication, and technical level. The […]

Another ‘Cancer Landscape Partnering’ meeting 

The meeting was held on April 28, 2023, focusing on federated clinical applications for cancer analysis.  Andrew Stubbs from Erasmus MC and Jordi Rambla from the Centre for Genomic Regulation, presented their insights on the subject.  Stubbs presented on “Federated clinical applications in the cancer area at CINECA.” He discussed how his team had implemented the GA4GH […]

EOSC4Cancer featured in EOSC Association April Newsletter

EOSC4Cancer has been featured in the April edition of EOSC Association Newsletter. The newsletter highlights current Horizon Europe projects within the EOSC Universe, and EOSC4Cancer is showcased for its engagement opportunities and priorities. If you want to learn more about the project and its contributions to cancer research, sign up for the EOSC Association Newsletter […]

EOSC4Cancer hosts cBioPortal Workshop

On March 29th 2023, EOSC4Cancer held a cBioPortal Workshop as part of their WP4 activities, with two training sessions held for both cBioPortal users and data loaders. Over 50 participants attended the virtual workshop, stemming from various cancer research initiatives, including EOSC4Cancer, CAN.HEAL, UNCAN, and others.  cBioPortal is an open-source web platform used for the […]

EOSC4Cancer establishes Scientific and Ethics Advisory Board

EOSC4Cancer has announced the formation of its Scientific Advisory Board and Ethics Advisory Board. The Board will provide guidance and expertise to ensure that the consortium’s activities meet the highest scientific and ethical standards. The members of the Ethics Advisory Board are: The members of the Scientific Advisory Board are: The Scientific and Ethics Advisory […]

Public Consultation on Breast and Colorectal Cancer policy by JRC

The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is holding a public consultation on Breast and Colorectal Cancer’s policy by launching a call for feedback on several aspects of the European guidelines. This is in line with the European Commission Initiatives on Breast and Colorectal Cancer’s policy on openness and transparency. The deadlines for submission are 5 March […]

‘Cancer Landscape Partnering’ meeting

Last week, the Cancer Landscape Partnering (CLP) meeting took place, led by EATRIS (T6.2 leader). 21 participants from 15 project partners gathered virtually to discuss the mission of the group, which is to partner and manage the developing European data, e-Health, and cancer landscape to guide project execution. This is intended to be achieved by […]

EOSC4Cancer is on Mastodon now!

Mastodon Twitter Post

EOSC4Cancer is on Mastodon now – dwelling in eupolicy.social!Visit us at https://eupolicy.social/@eosc4cancerWe will be cross-posting with Twitter for a while.

Successful hackathon on clinical trial database schema

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On February 21th, EOSC4Cancer held a hackathon on a biomarker-oriented clinical trial database schema. Organised by WP3 leads Macha Nikolski (CNRS) and Eivind Hovig (University of Oslo), the online event brought together 17 participants from the EOSC4Cancer consortium and representatives from UNCAN and CAN.HEAL. David Tamborero (Karolinska Institutet) presented the ongoing work on defining the […]