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How Curator Works
This guide is made for You to understand the basic functions and roles within the Curator platform, and to understand the ways You can use it to enhance collaborative research.
Curator provides an opportunity for clinical investigators, biobanks, laboratories, registries, and other institutions to showcase the scope of data/patient reach that could be used/engaged in research, without compromising the privacy of patients and data protection regulations.

So how does it work?
1. Data publishers upload their anonymized metadata into Longenesis Curator, leaving actual datasets within the institution. Onboarding is rapid, with no data ingestion or background capturing happening.
2. Curator orchestrates the uploaded meta-data files of any depth of information provided and transforms these into visual and queryable elements.
3. Collaboration partners can query for specific biomedical data by different combinations of descriptive characteristics without revealing personal data from multiple sites all over the world.
4. Study sponsors can send direct collaboration requests to biomedical institutions in one click. New international collaborations, retrospective and prospective research projects can begin and support the activities that explore the disease insights, new treatment strategies, etc.
Data publisher can decide whether to pursue or decline the received collaboration request.
After picking this role Longenesis verifies if the User has completed the subscription fee payment or is eligible to participate on any other conditions previously settled with Longenesis.

Interfaces for dataset publishing are available immediately after the registration.
What are the benefits?
The Privacy-by-design approach of Curator allows multiple institutions to showcase the scope of available data while upholding legal and ethical regulations internationally.
Data publishers such as biobanks, hospitals, patient organizations, and other institutions can create valuable connections, engage in collaborative research and patient-centric activities.
Curator also allows collaborators such as pharmaceutical, medical technology companies, CROs to meet their study recruitment goals, engage patients and institutions in projects aimed at the development and improvement of diagnostic and treatment methods across multiple disease domains, and promote a data-driven approach in the industry.
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