Published: 21-11-2022 15:56 | Updated: 23-11-2022 13:35

Apply for DATAETHICS Winter School 2023

DATAETHICS Winter School 2023: "Ethical and Regulatory Challenges in the era of Open Science: Data Sharing in Life Sciences & Health”.

Bachelor, master, and doctoral students of KI in medicine, biomedicine, and life sciences - join us to debate on the significance of coupling ethical with scientific considerations of the curation and handling of data sharing in the era of Open Science related to (bio)medicine, and learn about the latest developments in data science, bioinformatics, and applied AI in (bio)medicine. 

5 day-course 

This 5-day course in Leiden, the Netherlands, offers a unique set of lectures and activities enabling you to familiarise yourself with the value chain of ethical, social and legal considerations in the field of Biomedical Big Data (BBD) driven developments. You will listen to lectures by leading and established cross-disciplinary experts in data curation and privacy, data use, ethics, biomedicine, and related fields as well as participate in interactive sessions and small group assignments. You will also have ample opportunities to network with fellow students and thematic experts from the nine leading European medical institutions in Eurolife, as well as external speakers from academia and industry.

Upon completion of the course you will be awarded a certificate of participation and a DATAETHICS Open Badge for recognition of qualifications.

More information 

For more information on the course and the application procedure see the DATAETHICS website.

Participation (travel up to 275 Euro, accommodation and meals) of 2 students from KI will be funded by the DATAETHICS project in line with the project conditions.

DATE: 23-27 January 2023 
LOCATION: Leiden University Medical Center, the Netherlands, followed by a short virtual collaboration on a flexible schedule 
PROGRAMME: See the tentative programme on the DATAETHICS website 
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4 December 2022 at 17:00 (CET) 
TARGET GROUP: Bachelor, master and doctoral students in medicine, biomedicine, and life sciences 

This is the fifth joint school (including the pilot school) of the Erasmus+ strategic partnership DATAETHICS led by Eurolife, a network of 9 research intensive European universities.

The DATAETHICS series of summer and winter schools focus on ethical aspects of (bio)medical questions regarding the handling of large data sets.



Anna Dahlerus International coordinator