Video Recording Leonhard Med Info Event
The Scientific IT Services of ETH Zurich and LOOP have offered an info event for principal investigators and other potential applicants who are preparing research proposals for the current LOOP call
Leonhard Med Info Event – Scientific Data & IT Support for LOOP proposals
The Scientific IT Services of ETH Zurich (https://sis.id.ethz.ch/) and LOOP (https://theloopzurich.ch/) offered an info event on September 2nd 2020 for principal investigators and other potential applicants who are preparing research proposals for the current LOOP call.
If you did not have the opportunity to follow it live, you can see the recording here https://sis.id.ethz.ch/videos/Zoom_LeoMedLOOP_200902.mp4.
This event provided practical information on the Scientific IT Infrastructure for sensitive personal data (e.g. biomedical research data) and it was addressed to principal investigators and other potential applicants who are preparing research proposals for the current LOOP open call.
The event started with a Welcome by Dr. Jens Selige, The LOOP Zurich, continued with Dr. Diana Coman Schmid presenting Leonhard Med: secure scientific data & IT platform for LOOP projects and concluded with a Question & Answers session when participants had the chance to bring in their open questions.
The info event was focused on providing answers and guidance on the following questions:
- Do I need to use special secure IT infrastructures, like Leonhard Med?
- Do I need to budget for Leonhard Med in my research project?
- How can Leonhard Med be used for my research?
- What are the rules and regulations of Leonhard Med?
- How do I get to use Leonhard Med?
The LOOP Zurich
“The LOOP Zurich is a translational research center in Zurich, with an initial focus on precision medicine. It combines the strength in basic research in biomedicine and bioinformatics of the two universities in Zurich, ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich, with clinical research from the city’s four university hospitals. The hospitals’ unparalleled access to patients and in-depth knowledge of their needs together with the research infrastructures at the University of Zurich and ETH will enable the implementation of novel and innovative strategies for translational research projects.”