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GA4GH 8th Plenary
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Podcast from the Programme Committee Chair
OmicsXchange Episode 10 Letter from the 8th Plenary Committee Chair: An Interview with Meg Doerr
On this episode, we hear from Meg Doerr, Principal Scientist in Data Governance & Ethics at Sage Bionetworks. Meg is the Committee Chair for the upcoming GA4GH 8th Plenary meeting, which will take place on September 29 and 30, 2020.
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Plenary Tracks
Track 1A
The Importance of Diversity in
Genomic Data
September 29, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM UTC

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Track 1B
Uniting Ethical & Technical Solutions to Harness the Power of Data

September 29/30, 10:00 PM - 2:00 AM UTC
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Track 2A
Real World Implementations: Part 1

September 30, 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM UTC

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Track 2B
Real World Implementations: Part 2

September 30/October 1, 10:00 PM - 3:00 AM UTC
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Working Meetings
September 28 & October 1 
GA4GH Work Streams and Subgroups will host live Working Meetings to collaborate on the development of GA4GH standards.
 
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About GA4GH 8th Plenary
The GA4GH 8th Plenary Meeting is open to the public, free, and entirely virtual. We will offer language translation to ensure all 8th Plenary attendees can engage as fully as possible. We are excited to engage with you as we work to advance data sharing for the benefit of human health and medicine around the globe.
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