Dara Hallinan studied law at the University of Birmingham in England and at the University of Bayreuth in Germany and completed a Master’s in Human Rights and Democracy in Italy and Estonia. From 2011, he worked at Fraunhofer ISI before moving to FIZ in 2016 . The focus of his work is the interaction between new technologies – particularly ICT and biotechnologies – law and society. He is writing his PhD on ‘The Role of Data Protection Law in Protecting Genetic Privacy in Research Biobanking’ at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium.
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