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A roadmap towards a European HealthGrid

A major challenge for the coming years is to address the unique ICT aspects of the life sciences in an integrated way. Life science research present the need to access, analyse, protect & share massive quantities of diverse, geographically distributed information, computationally intensive analysis techniques and rapidly evolving medicine, science & technology. Emergence of Grid technology opens new perspectives to enable interdisciplinary research and technology development at the cross roads of medical informatics, bioinformatics and system biology impacting healthcare.

Action on Grids for health is needed at EU level to address mobility of citizens and provide cross frontier interoperability of data, infrastructures, optimal exploitation of resources, equitable distribution of healthcare; definition & implementation of standards; harmonization of existing legal frameworks between European countries.

A first draft of the roadmap will be presented and discussed with the audience during the IST Event 2006 Networking Session named "A roadmap towards a European HealthGrid"

Are you interested?
IST Event 2006 logged in users can comment on this Networking Session by following the link below. This feedback will be used by the Networking Organisers when assigning rooms. Your comments and a link to your profile will appear online, allowing other users logged on the IST Event 2006 web site to contact you.

Apart from submitting a comment, you can:

  • Suggest your own contribution (this will be forwarded to the Networking Manager);
  • Indicate your intention to attend;
  • Comment on the Networking Session without attending the session (although you still can, of course).

Express your interest!

For further information, please visit:
Networking Sessions and Workshops @ IST 2006
The Networking Sessions and Workshops at IST 2006 provide an open forum for exchanging views and ideas on how to address these challenges. Following almost 3000 comments via this website, the final programme has now been published. Comments are still welcome.

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