African and European experiences in responsible research & open science: Towards a common vision?
17-18 March 2020 • Cape Town, South Africa
Welcome to our Cape Town workshop!
The African and European Experience in Responsible Research and Open Science in Health and Biosciences: Towards a Common Vision?
17th to 18th of March 2020
Protea Breakwater Lodge, Portswood Road,
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa
Limited space available, apply before 31 January 2020.
Organisers will inform participants after the closing date.
Key speakers already confirmed include:
- Lawrence Banks, Director-General, ICGEB
- Daan du Toit, Deputy Director-General, South African Department of Science and Innovation
- Mmboneni Muofhe, Deputy Director-General, South African Department of Science and Innovation
- Sue Harrison, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Cape Town
- Wiebe Bijker, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- Isabella Annesi-Maesano, INSERM Research Director, France
- Carla Montesano, University of Rome Tor Vergata
- Andrea Declich, University of Rome Tor Vergata
- Vittorio Colizzi, University of Rome Tor Vergata
- Tracey Naledi, Tekano and Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation
- Maria Salvato, University of Maryland, USA
- Nhlanhla Msomi, South African Biotechnology Specialist
- Natasa Skoko, ICGEB
More speakers will be announced!
- Daan du Toit, Deputy Director-General (International Cooperation and Resources), South African Department of Science and Innovation
Lawrence Banks, Director-General, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB)
Session 1: The RRI experiences, models and guidelines in Biosciences by the STARBIOS2 EU-Horizon 2020 Project
Chair: Luiz Zerbini, ICGEB
STARBIOS2: Models and Guidelines in Biosciences
- Wiebe Bijker, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – STARBIOS2 advisor
- Carla Montesano, University of Tor Vergata, STARBIOS2 coordinator
- Andrea Declich, University of Tor Vergata
STARBIOS2: Responsible Research and Innovation Experience
- Speakers to be announced
Session 2: African experiences of responsible research in Health & Biosciences, within the international context
Chair: Clive Gray, Department of Pathology, University of Cape Town
- Tracey Naledi, Public Health Specialist, Chairperson, Tekano Board
- Sue Harrison,UCT Deputy Vice-Chanellor (Research and Internationalization) on inclusive science in Africa (or in particular South Africa)
- Interventions from STARBIOS2 partners in South Africa, Brazil and the US
- Mariet Wium, ICGEB Cape Town
- Maria Salvato,University of Maryland
Session 3: Responsible research: A common vision between Africa and Europe?
Chair: Carla Montesano, University of Tor Vergata
- Vittorio Colizzi, University of Tor Vergata
- Isabella Annesi-Maesano, The Exposome Project
Special event open to the Public
Biosimilars: The benefit for Africa
18th of March 2020, 18.00 to 21.00
Centre of the Book, 62 Queen Victoria St, Cape Town City Centre,
Cape Town, 8001