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University of Cambridge
Downing Street
Cambridge CB2 3EG

Privacy policy

		 Privacy Notice for PathBio Website

This Privacy Notice explains what personal data is collected by the specific service you are requesting, for what purposes, how it is processed, and how we keep it secure.

1. Who controls your personal data and how to contact us?

The data controller’s contact details are the following and should be used only for data protection queries:
Dr Paul Schofield, Department of Physiology Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge, CB2 3EG, Uk
email: pns12@cam.ac.uk

The University of Cambridge Data Protection Officer’s contact details are:
Trilateral Research (https://trilateralresearch.co.uk)
Email:  dpo@admin.cam.ac.uk
Please use this address if you wish to contact the DPO within their statutory capacity, including receiving assistance with and/or escalating pending requests regarding the exercise of your rights as an individual. The designated DPO of the University of Cambridge (including Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press) under the GDPR is Trilateral Research.

2. Which is the lawful basis for processing personal data?

Legitimate interests. To allow the day-to-day management, operation and functioning of the service provided by the data controllers and all reasonably required to facilitate participation of users in workshops run by the PathBio consortium.

3. What personal data is collected from users of the service? How do we use this personal data?

We collect the following personal data from users of the service:
	•	IP addresses
	•	Date and time of a visit to the service website
	•	Operating system
	•	Amount of data transmitted
	•	Browser
	•	Email address (only when support is requested by the user)

The data controller will use your personal data for the following purposes:
	•	To provide the user access to the service
	•	To better understand the needs of the users and guide future improvements of the service
	•	To check that the Terms of Use of the service are followed
	•	To conduct and monitor data protection activities
	•	To create anonymous usage statistics
	•	To conduct and monitor security activities

4. Who will have access to your personal data?

The personal data will be disclosed to:
	•	Authorised staff in the data controller’s institutions
	•	The users participate in the courses run by PathBio limited personal data, name, institution, email address will be shared with staff controlling the teaching workshops of Pathbio insofar as it is essential for the participation of the person in the academic courses on which they are enrolled. These course organisers are located at: Center for Animal Biotechnology and Gene Therapy (CBATEG) Carrer de la Vall Moronta s/n, 08193 Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain +34 93 581 41 87. Prof Jesus Ruberte, Dr Elodie Bedu, Phenomin, Prof Cord Brakebusch, BRIC, University of Copenhagen, Ole Maaløes Vej 5, 2200 Copenhagen, Denmark, phone +45 353 25619, E-mail cord.brakebusch@bric.ku.dk

5. Will your personal data be transferred to third countries (i.e. countries not part of EU/EEA) and/or international organisations?

There are no personal data transfers to third countries outside the EU/EEA.

6. How long do we keep your personal data?

Any personal data directly obtained from you will be retained for two years after the completion of the PathBio project. We will keep the personal data for the minimum amount of time possible to ensure legal compliance and to facilitate internal and external audits if they arise.

7. The joint Data Controllers provide these rights regarding your personal data

You have the right to:
	1.	Not be subject to decisions based solely on an automated processing of data (i.e. without human intervention) without you having your views taken into consideration.
	2.	Request at reasonable intervals and without excessive delay or expense, information about the personal data processed about you. Under your request we will inform you in writing about, for example, the origin of the personal data or the preservation period.
	3.	Request information to understand data processing activities when the results of these activities are applied to you.
	4.	Object at any time to the processing of your personal data unless we can demonstrate that we have legitimate reasons to process your personal data.
	5.	Request free of charge and without excessive delay rectification or erasure of your personal data if we have not been processing it respecting the data protection policies of the respective controllers.

It must be clarified that rights 4 and 5 are only available whenever the processing of your personal data is not necessary to:
	1.	Comply with a legal obligation.
	2.	Perform a task carried out in the public interest.
	3.	Exercise authority as a data controller.
	4.	Archive for purposes in the public interest, or for historical research purposes, or for statistical purposes.
	5.	Establish, exercise or defend legal claims.