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  • Work at the Human Variome Project ICO - Human Variome Project
    world The Human Variome Project International Coordinating Office is a great place to work If you have an interest in genetics genomics and global health care about the free and open sharing of information and want to make the word a better place we d like to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Open Positions There are currently no open positions

    Original URL path: http://www.humanvariomeproject.org/about/ico/jobs.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Become an HVP Country Node - Human Variome Project
    the Human Variome Project Consortium Exactly how each HVP Country Node fulfils these roles is determined by each country and will be based on their unique mix of needs and capabilities All HVP Country Nodes should progressively increase their activities by seeking to expand and improve the quality of their data collection activities within the country and their networks with other researchers clinicians diagnosticians counsellors patient groups and relevant government officials both at the national level and in other countries Ultimately the data that is collected stored and shared should be of a quality appropriate for use in clinical settings Because HVP Country Node repositories contain information on patients and subjects every care must be taken to ensure that the data is collected and stored in a responsible manner Countries vary in their cultural religious and ethnic backgrounds they also have different legislative and regulatory environments HVP Country Nodes must conduct all their activities openly and transparently and within all the relevant national requirements HVP Country Nodes must have an appropriate form of governance and decision making capacity to develop the policies and procedures for sustainable activities Policies determining how data is collected stored and shared must be developed and implemented These practices should be reviewed and updated on a regular basis The quality of the data that is collected stored and shared must be transparently assessed and reported HVP Country Nodes do not operate in isolation As part of an international consortium they are active in Human Variome Project activities participating in the development of HVP Standards and Guidelines and sharing their knowledge and experience with other HVP Country Nodes Continuing membership of the Human Variome Project Consortium and recognition as an HVP Country Node is at all times subject to the Human Variome Project Code of Conduct 4 BECOMING AN HVP COUNTRY NODE Types of HVP Country Nodes Interim status is offered to those who are able to meet the following two conditions Agree to work towards meeting the requirements of the core definition above in sections 2 and 3 by signing a letter to that effect a sample letter can be found in Attachment A and Are able to provide satisfactory evidence that they in fact represent their country In most cases suitable evidence would be a letter with appropriate letterhead indicating the level of recognition endorsement from one or more of the following the national Human Genetics society an officer of the national Ministry of Health or Science and Technology or similar the national college of pathologists or similar professional society The letter may be addressed either to the individual or group making the application or to the Human Variome Project ICO A suggested draft letter can be found in Attachment B Interim status is only available for one organisation in each country Interim members can progress to full status after undergoing an accreditation process that assesses the level of compliance of the interim Node with published HVP Standards and Guidelines and in accordance with their

    Original URL path: http://www.humanvariomeproject.org/activities/becoming-an-hvp-country-node.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Human Variome Project - HVP Country Nodes - Human Variome Project
    ICCAC14 2 A Become An HVP Country Node Attachment A Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2015 11 05 ICCAC14 2 2015 Become An HVP Country Node Information and Attachments Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2015 11 05 HVP Country Node Progress Awards Application Form 2016 Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2015 09 29 Powered by nbsp jDownloads Navigate

    Original URL path: http://www.humanvariomeproject.org/viewcategory/27.html (2016-02-10)
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  • HVP COUNTRY NODE PROGRESS AWARDS 2016 - Human Variome Project
    this will refer to the Node s activities related to the Node s own assessment of priorities in this area why they are important and the activities being both undertaken and planning to be undertaken to address these issues adequately 4 Plans for future an assessment of the future plans of the Country Node and the likelihood of achieving them While these four key criteria are the selected priorities for assessing performance in this inaugural round an overall assessment of the Country Node will also be taken into account Application should focus primarily on activities undertaken during the calendar year 2015 however any concrete plans scheduled for 2016 can also be included as part of the application Selection process A panel comprised of up to five members drawn from the membership of HVP the International Scientific Advisory Committee ISAC and the Gene and Disease Council will form a selection committee The membership of the Selection Committee will be determined by the ISAC There will be a two step process in assessing applications 1 The degree to which each written application meets the priorities and conditions set out here will be used to determine a short list and 2 A comparative evaluation of the further information gained in interviewing the shortlisted applicants The Selection Committee will determine the exact process they will use in evaluating progress Applications that are brief focus specifically on the four key criteria and are supported by clear evidence are likely to be well regarded To ensure that there is no conflict of interest no member of the Selection Committee will be involved in any of the individual applications The Selection Committee will determine the number of awards to be made but can also decide not to make any awards Eligibility To be eligible to make an

    Original URL path: http://www.humanvariomeproject.org/activities/hvp-country-node-progress-awards-2016.html (2016-02-10)
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  • GG2020: Members Resources - Human Variome Project
    Committee UNESCO Ethics Standards Project Collaborations Outputs Work Products Interest Groups Publications Home Activities Global Globin 2020 Challenge Members resources Members resources Background paper on GG2020 GG2020 Flyer GG2020 Generic Slides for presentations GG2020 Country Checklist GG2020 Annual Report 2015 Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us Contact the International Coordinating Office Human Variome Project International Ltd Level

    Original URL path: http://www.humanvariomeproject.org/gg2020/more-information.html (2016-02-10)
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  • GG2020: Countries Involved - Human Variome Project
    success of GG2020 Countries are using the GG2020 Country Checklist to develop a baseline for measuring progress during the GG2020 Challenge Initially the GG2020 Challenge will focus on those countries that have already formed groups of the relevant professionals including Belgium Brunei China Cyprus Egypt France Italy Malaysia Mexico Mozambique Nepal The Netherlands Nigeria The Philippines Portugal South Africa Thailand Venezuela and Vietnam Other countries are ready to be included

    Original URL path: http://www.humanvariomeproject.org/gg2020/countries-involved.html (2016-02-10)
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  • GG2020: Background Information & Further Resources - Human Variome Project
    Matthew Darlison Global epidemiology of haemoglobin disorders and derived service indicators Bulletin of the World Health Organization 86 6 2008 480 487 Giardine Belinda et al Systematic documentation and analysis of human genetic variation in hemoglobinopathies using the microattribution approach Nature Genetics 43 4 2011 295 301 Kassebaum Nicholas J et al A systematic global analysis of death and disability due to haemoglobinopathies and haemolytic anaemias between 1990 and 2010

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  • Draft Standards & Guidelines - Draft Standards & Guidelines - Human Variome Project
    Activities Work Products Draft Standards Guidelines Standards Development Process Draft Standards Guidelines Draft Standards Guidelines Document Document Title Document Type Version License Document Status Release Date HVP ED 003 01 EN HVP ED 003 01 EN Variant Terminology and Exon Numbering Exposure Draft Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2015 09 21 HVP DA 002 02 EN Disclaimer statements for Gene Disease Specific Databases Draft for Approval Version 2 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2014 11 18 HVP DA 002 01 EN Disclaimer statements for Gene Disease Specific Databases Draft for Approval Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2014 11 06 HVP ED 002 01 EN Disclaimer statements for Gene Disease Specific Databases Exposure Draft Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2014 05 29 HVP DA 001 01 EN Gene Disease Specific Database Quality Parameters Draft for Approval Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2014 05 08 HVP ED 001 01 EN Gene Disease Specific Database Quality Parameters Exposure Draft Version 1 0 CC BY SA 4 0 Published 2014 02 13 Powered by nbsp jDownloads Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members

    Original URL path: http://www.humanvariomeproject.org/activities/work-products/draft-standards-guidelines.html (2016-02-10)
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