ACGT (Advancing Clinico Genomic Trials in Cancer)

Project objective

The ACGT connects a number of international institutions which are leading in their area of expertise and strives to create an integrated Clinico Genomic ICT-environment for cancer research by means of a high-capacity GRID-infrastructure.

In the framework of this project, the IRI is responsible for legal and ethical issues.

Project publications

Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó
RAin Dr. Tina Krügel, LL.M.
Dipl.-Jur. Marian Arning, LL.M. (Mitautoren)
„The ACGT ethical and legal requirements“
Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó
RAin Dr. Tina Krügel, LL.M.
Dipl.-Jur. Marian Arning, LL.M. (Mitautoren)
Production of informed-consent forms in compliance with clinical trials, post-genomic research and genetic data handling requirements

Project-related publications

Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó,
RAin Dr. Tina Krügel, LL.M.,
Dipl.-Jur. Marian Arning, LL.M.
Datenschutzrechtliche Aspekte der Forschung mit genetischen Daten
in: DuD 2006, S. 700-705
Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó,
RAin Dr. Tina Krügel, LL.M.,
Dipl.-Jur. Marian Arning, LL.M.
Datenschutzrechtliche Aspekte bei der Forschung mit menschlichen Genen
in: Hochberger, Christian/Liskowsky, Rüdiger (Hrsg.):INFORMATIK 2006-Informatik für Menschen Band 1,
Bonn 2006 , S. 702-708
Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó,
RAin Dr. Tina Krügel, LL.M.,
Dipl.-Jur. Marian Arning, LL.M.
Data protection issues with regard to research on genetic data

Project data

Supporting Institution: EU-Commission
Funding: approx 290,000 EUR (IRI-only)
Project duration: 01.02.2006 - 01.02.2010
Project partners/Project associates: Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó
Prof. Dr. Tina Krügel, LL.M.
Dipl.-Jur. Marian Arning, LL.M.
Dipl.-Jur. Eva Egermann, LL.M.
Marcelo Corrales, LL.M.