Workshop 7 June: Leveraging the COVID-19 response towards advancing data interoperability

07 May 2021

Dear RDA COVID-19 Working group members
The European Commission (EC) and the Portuguese presidency are organising a
workshop “Riding the Next Wave of Research Data: Leveraging the COVID-19
response towards advancing data interoperability” which will be held in
Lisbon, on 7th June 2021 10h30-16h30 CEST, at the National Laboratory of
Civil Engineering (LNEC), Avenida do Brasil, 101, 1700-066 Lisbon. This
will be a hybrid event with the possibility of participation in person or
by videoconference.
This workshop aims to bring together leading international experts in
molecular biology of viruses, immunology and research data management, to
showcase the progress that the scientific community has achieved in data
exchange tackling the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and discuss the importance of
enabling interoperability frameworks for scientific data.
Please note that all details and registration may be found at
The complete text and invitation letter are attached to this post.
Warm regards
Hilary Hanahoe
Secretary General Research Data Alliance
Tel: +39-334-9875702
email: ***@***.***
skype: hilary.hanahoe
Twitter: @hilaryhanahoe
Orcid ID: 0000-0002-0328-3419
RDA Foundation:
Timezone: CEST (Central European Summer Time) - UTC +2 (Coordinated
Universal Time)
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