PhD Defense: Improving the interoperability of biomedical research data
Wonderful news for Philip! He defended his PhD thesis on the 22nd of November.
His thesis explored the challenges and importance of sharing reusable research data in the biomedical field. It discussed the adoption of the FAIR Guiding Principles, emphasizing the significance of making data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. The thesis aimed to contribute to more interoperable biomedical research data by examining the role of the FAIR principles in guiding data management practices and addressing challenges related to using, creating, and maintaining terminology systems in the context of rare diseases. Click here for more information.