Anne is a French medical doctor specialised in human immunogenetics and health ethics, presently Emeritus Research Director at CNRS, in an epidemiology and public health unit of Inserm and University Toulouse III. She published on human genetics, transplantation immunogenetics, societal and policy aspects of genomics and biotechnologies. She is member of the European Group on Ethics, the CODATA international data policy committee, the governing board of EuroScience and co-leads the RDA interest group SHARC. She previously co-directed a Common Service of BBMRI-ERIC, the European infrastructure on biobanking and biomolecular resources, and has a large experience of European and international projects.
Watch the interview with Anne Cambon-Thomsen
Anne brings together expertise and a background in human immunogenetics (population genetics, transplantation, autoimmune diseases), genetics, biobanks and societal impact of health technology developments - all closely connected with insights on issues related to research ethics coming from an extensive experience as member of several high level expert groups focusing on or related to the topic of ethics of science and new technologies.
RDA France Webinar: Activities And Results Of The RDA COVID-19 Working Group - https://rd-alliance.org/rda-france-webinar-activities-and-results-rda-covid-19-working-group-0
Session at ESOF 2020 (virtual): Open Science in the context of COVID-19 - September 2020
WORKING WITH THE RDA GROUPS
supporting engagement, data solutions development and adoption
Sharing Rewards and Credit (SHARC) IG (role co-chair)
RDA-COVID19 (role co-chair)
RDA-COVID19-Clinical (role co-moderator)
RDA-COVID19-Legal-Ethical (role co-moderator)