Biobanking Across Europe Post-GDPR: A Deliberately Fragmented Landscape

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Biobanking Across Europe Post-GDPR: A Deliberately Fragmented Landscape. / Tzortzatou, Olga ; Slokenberga, Santa ; Reichel, Jane ; da Costa Andrade, Andreia ; Barbosa, Carla ; Bekaert, Sofie ; van Veen, Evert-Ben ; Romeo-Casabona, Carlos M. ; Ó Cathaoir, Katharina; Chassang, Gauthier ; Debucquoy, Annelies ; Derèze, Jean-Jacques ; Dollé, Laurent ; Eaker Fält, Sonja; Halouzka, Radek ; Hartlev, Mette; Hisbergues, Michael ; Hoppe, Nils .

GDPR and Biobanking. Springer, 2021. p. 397-419 (Law, Governance and Technology Series).

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Harvard

Tzortzatou, O, Slokenberga, S, Reichel, J, da Costa Andrade, A, Barbosa, C, Bekaert, S, van Veen, E-B, Romeo-Casabona, CM, Ó Cathaoir, K, Chassang, G, Debucquoy, A, Derèze, J-J, Dollé, L, Eaker Fält, S, Halouzka, R, Hartlev, M, Hisbergues, M & Hoppe, N 2021, Biobanking Across Europe Post-GDPR: A Deliberately Fragmented Landscape. in GDPR and Biobanking. Springer, Law, Governance and Technology Series, pp. 397-419.

APA

Tzortzatou, O., Slokenberga, S., Reichel, J., da Costa Andrade, A., Barbosa, C., Bekaert, S., van Veen, E-B., Romeo-Casabona, C. M., Ó Cathaoir, K., Chassang, G., Debucquoy, A., Derèze, J-J., Dollé, L., Eaker Fält, S., Halouzka, R., Hartlev, M., Hisbergues, M., & Hoppe, N. (2021). Biobanking Across Europe Post-GDPR: A Deliberately Fragmented Landscape. In GDPR and Biobanking (pp. 397-419). Springer. Law, Governance and Technology Series

Vancouver

Tzortzatou O, Slokenberga S, Reichel J, da Costa Andrade A, Barbosa C, Bekaert S et al. Biobanking Across Europe Post-GDPR: A Deliberately Fragmented Landscape. In GDPR and Biobanking. Springer. 2021. p. 397-419. (Law, Governance and Technology Series).

Author

Tzortzatou, Olga ; Slokenberga, Santa ; Reichel, Jane ; da Costa Andrade, Andreia ; Barbosa, Carla ; Bekaert, Sofie ; van Veen, Evert-Ben ; Romeo-Casabona, Carlos M. ; Ó Cathaoir, Katharina ; Chassang, Gauthier ; Debucquoy, Annelies ; Derèze, Jean-Jacques ; Dollé, Laurent ; Eaker Fält, Sonja ; Halouzka, Radek ; Hartlev, Mette ; Hisbergues, Michael ; Hoppe, Nils . / Biobanking Across Europe Post-GDPR: A Deliberately Fragmented Landscape. GDPR and Biobanking. Springer, 2021. pp. 397-419 (Law, Governance and Technology Series).

Bibtex

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