How we look after your data
Anthony Lundrigan is Chief Information Officer for the NNUH and the Norwich Research Park Biorepository. His job to ensure that the data is kept secure and complies with the highest standards for data security. We will only use your data for your care and, with your consent, for research.
It is your data, and you always have the right to know what data we hold, and for what purposes we are holding it. You have the right to remove that data at any time.
To help ensure that we maintain the highest principles a Cauldicott Guardian oversees how we handle your data and samples.
Louise Jones / 03:58
The Norwich Research Park Biorepository supports vital clinical research thanks to the donation of samples
Jo Brooks / 01:44
Clinical research enables researchers to develop new medications and to determine how patients are going to respond to disease.
Tanja Suligoj / 02:56
Research relies on the Norwich Research Park Biorepository and on the donation of tissue for research purposes.
Dheemanth Vangimalla / 02:44
An ethics committee ensures that proposal for research involving human participants meet the highest ethical standards
Garry John / 02:19
With your consent, your blood can be stored securely in the Biorepository, anonymised, and used for vital research purposes.
Rachael Stanley / 02:30
Your samples are extremely important to us and future research, so we make sure that they are well looked after.