By Thomas Jaenisch (REDe) - September 2022
Thomas Jänisch acts as a discussant, offering the perspective of a researcher who is responsible for the cross cutting work package on harmonisation and data sharing for the three EU funded Zika consortia.
He welcomes standardisation on data sharing and sample sharing and highlights the importance of a transparent approach to identify the critical dataset to be shared in a public health emergency. He also highlights the need for a rational approach of sharing the future work of standardization between the funding agencies and the research community.
The GloPID-R Secretariat is a project which receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 874667.