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Animals, Samples and Assays (ASA) Committee

Animals, Samples and Assays Working Committee (ASA) description

The overall objective of the Animals, Samples and Assays Working Committee (ASA) is to achieve and share standardized protocols for adequate sample collection, storage, processing, and respective assays as required for FAANG core assays. Standardization of the different steps involved is the essential prerequisite for integration of multiple datasets.

ASA members will meet on a regular basis to discuss these issues and define and update the standards. The specific aims are:

  • Foster potential collaborations in order to avoid redundancies and optimize synergies in terms of sample collection.
  • Set-up and standardize assays to be carried out on the same tissues/species, in order to obtain suitable datasets for the work of the FAANG "Metadata and Sharing Working group" and "Bioinformatics and Analysis Working Group".
  • Contribute to the organized scientific dissemination to the whole community (FAANG Communication Working Group).
 

Contact

  • You have to sign up to become a FAANG member, accepting the principles and guidelines as set forth in the "FAANG Data Sharing Statement", in order to participate.
  • After login as a member, you will have options to join a working group.

Members

( Chairs of the group )
  • Behnam Abasht
  • Jason Abernathy
  • Herve Acloque
  • Biola Ajibike
  • Faisal Almathen
  • Doug Antczak
  • Christian Anthon
  • Juan Jose Arranz
  • Eric BARREY
  • Christine Baes
  • Maria Ballester
  • Keith Ballingall
  • Mohammad Hossein Banabazi
  • Rebecca Bellone
  • Gudrun Brockmann
  • David Burt
  • Angela Canovas
  • Stefano Capomaccio
  • Katia Cappelli
  • Eduardo Casas
  • Amanda Chamberlain
  • Amanda Chamberlain
  • Hans Cheng
  • Jakub Cieslak
  • Emily Clark
  • Shannon Clarke
  • Laura Clarke
  • Vincent Coustham
  • Richard Crooijmans
  • Silvina Diaz
  • Sarah Djebali
  • Ivona Djurkin
  • Ramy Elgendy
  • Lel Eory
  • Heather Finlayson
  • Carrie Finno
  • Marina Fortes
  • Clare Gill
  • Elisabetta Giuffra 
  • Elena Giulotto
  • Michael Gonda
  • Jan Gorodkin
  • Martien Groenen
  • Jingjing Gu
  • Isabelle HUE
  • Sabine Hammer
  • Mathias Hansen
  • Peter Harrison
  • Ben Hayes
  • Xiaoxiang Hu
  • Eveline Ibeagha-Awemu
  • Zhihua Jiang
  • Alexander Junge
  • Haja Kadarmideen
  • Vanmathy Kasimanickam
  • Orla Keane
  • Matthew Kent
  • Hasan Khatib
  • James Kijas
  • Ben Koop
  • Myrto Kostadima
  • Christa Kuehn
  • MINHTHONG LE
  • Susan Lamont
  • Shaye Lewis
  • Congjun Li
  • Wanbo Li
  • Sigbjorn Lien
  • Shikai Liu
  • Maureen Long
  • Yu Luan
  • Joan K. Lunney
  • Charles Masembe
  • Alisha Massa
  • Raluca Mateescu
  • Mary McCulloch
  • Popoola Moshood
  • Michelle Mousel
  • Kylie Munyard
  • Brenda Murdoch
  • Charity Muriuki
  • GS Naveen kumar
  • Alan O Doherty
  • Sheila Ommeh
  • Ozge Ozmen
  • Frank Panitz
  • Maelle Pannetier
  • Romi Pena
  • Graham Plastow
  • Kisun Pokharel
  • Sophie Pollet
  • Sylvie Quiniou
  • Vladimir Radosavljevic
  • Imtiaz Randhawa
  • James Reecy
  • Kent Reed
  • Coralie Reich
  • Penny Riggs
  • Monique Rijnkels
  • Mohamed (Moh) Salem
  • Elena Sarrapoulou
  • Nicholas Sinnott-Armstrong
  • Jacqueline Smith
  • Ying Su
  • Bo Thomsen
  • Michele Tixier-Boichard
  • Nares Trakooljul
  • Christopher Tuggle
  • RODRIGO VIDAL
  • Alison Van Eenennaam
  • Jon Olav Vik
  • Johanna Vilkki
  • Silvia Vincent-Naulleau
  • Michal Vinkler
  • Mick Watson
  • Rosemarie Weikard
  • Stephen White
  • Klaus Wimmers
  • Kim Worley
  • Tianfu Yang
  • Mohammed Yaro
  • Rachel Young
  • Huanmin Zhang
  • Yiqiang Zhao
  • Huaijun Zhou 
  • Natalia Zinovieva
 
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